In Which Year Randy Orton Made His WWE Debut And His Rise To Stardom?

In Which Year Randy Orton Made His WWE Debut And His Rise To Stardom?

Randy Orton is widely regarded as one of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time. His career and durability are unrivalled, as are his devotion and enthusiasm for the industry. Orton decided to celebrate his twentieth year in the WWE. The company paid tribute to him by airing a Randy Orton edition of RAW in which everyone paid tribute to the iconic wrestler. People in attendance as well as those watching from home recognised how far he has progressed since his days as a young, abrasive kid.

Innately, the question of when Randy Orton decided to make his WWE debut arises. If you’ve come here looking for an explanation to that question, you’ve come to the right place.

Randy Orton decided to make his WWE debut on April 25, 2002. He made appearances on SmackDown and also put in a fight with Hardcore Holly. In his first fight, the lad made quite an impression, defeating veteran Holly via pinfall to score an upset victory.

Randy Orton’s rise to superstardom

Randy Orton’s rise in WWE has been unstoppable since his debut in 2002. Within 2 decades, he had become the company’s youngest-ever world champion when he defeated Chris Benoit for the World Heavyweight Championship. Orton has won the world championship thirteen more times since then. He has also won the Intercontinental Championship once, the United States Championship once, and the Tag Team Championship four times. In the present day, he shares the RAW Tag Team Championship with partner Riddle. The Viper also has a slew of other fur in his cap.

He was Mr. Money in the Bank in 2013 and won the Royal Rumble match in 2009 and 2017. All of his accomplishments place him among the greatest wrestlers to ever enter a WWE ring.

Orton’s duration and adaptability over the years are what make him an all-time great. He is an expert at playing the both babyface as well as the heel. He is as good as he has ever been in his two-decade career and appears to be in good enough shape to go for another decade.

The 14-time world champion is presently placed 2nd all-time in world champion reigns. With Ric Flair retired and John Cena only appearing on a part-time basis, he has a chance to climb to the top of the standings and establish himself as the greatest to ever do so. Even if he fails to do so, there is no doubting Orton’s importance and legacy. Greatness envelops him like a magical aura, and it didn’t appear out of nowhere.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.