He doesn't appear to be shy when it comes to showing off his rear. The entire WWE roster, including Orton, has shown nothing but support and respect for the armed forces after the tragic events of September 11th. Former WWE Superstar, turned announcer, John "Bradshaw" Layfield often compliments Orton with the tagline "If you were going to build a sports entertainer from the ground up, it would look like Randy Orton. There's nothing like getting to snap a selfie with your favorite WWE Superstar, it can really add to the experience of a live show. Orton has also granted dozens—possibly hundreds—of wishes for eager young fans and there's nothing more touching or positive for the company image than compassionate contributions to the community. Orton may have been dishonorably discharged from the Marine Corps, making the discussion of his time there taboo with WWE, but any chance for a smiling picture with the United States armed forces is "what's best for business.
The WWE has only recently begun to acknowledge that there is a wrestling world outside of "the big leagues", and even then they don't name any promotions by name.
Randy Orton is undoubtedly a big draw with the ladies Young Randy Orton is certainly a muscular fellow, but he's missing a major element of his Viper character The most LOL-worthy things the Internet has to offer. He prides himself so much on his "creations" that he will rarely let a superstar keep the name they used outside of the WWE when they come in, even if they have the rights to do so. Menacing pictures like this one help to sell and re-affirm the idea of Randy Orton as a brainwashed cult follower of Bray Wyatt. When you see "The Game" HHH in a suit more often than a leather jacket or ring gear, you know that times have changed.