WWE: Randy Orton's Annual Salary, Net Worth And His Early Career

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WWE: Randy Orton is one of the most popular pro-wrestlers in the WWE. Check out Randy Orton's WWE worth and salary. Know more about his early wrestling career.

Written By Danish Ansari | Mumbai | Updated On:

Randy Orton is a third-generation professional wrestler who is currently signed to the WWE. Randy Orton made his wrestling debut in 2000 and signed a deal with the World Wrestling Federation the very next year. Aside from wrestling, Randy Orton has also starred in several movies over the years which includes 12 Rounds 2: Reloaded (2013), The Condemned 2 (2015), and his most recent, Long Shot (2019) which also features Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen. He has also made appearances on television shows like Deal or No Deal, and The Shooter.

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Randy Orton – Current net worth

According to multiple reports, his net worth stands at an estimated $11 million as of this year which is massive downfall from last year which was over $15 million.

This is likely because the superstar is not much involved in high profile matches, hence the AEW rumours. Orton, however, shunned the rumours by signing a multi-year contract with the WWE.

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Randy Orton – His yearly salary

Orton takes home an estimated yearly paycheck of around $1.1 million. However, this does not include the Pay-per-view and merchandise sales that the superstar makes every year.

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Randy Orton early in his career

Randy Orton gained mainstream fame after joining the ‘The Evolution’ which was a creation of Triple H and also featured Ric Flair and Batista. Orton had his first World Heavyweight Championship victory when he defeated Chris Benoit in 2004 – a title he successfully defended a few times before losing it to Triple H.

His first WWE Championship win came in 2007 after John Cena vacated the title due to an injury. Ever since then, Randy Orton had been headlining events and now stands a record nine-times World Champion (both titles combined).

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