Being a third-generation Superstar, Randy Orton's arrival in WWE was seemingly inevitable. After all, he was practically raised in the business that both his father and grandfather excelled in. It's no wonder he has quickly ascended to the higher echelons of the RAW roster and eventually became the youngest World Heavyweight Champion ever. Part of that success can be attributed to Orton's use of his finisher, the RKO. Orton has shown the ability to hit the lightning-quick, high-impact move out of nowhere and at virtually any time - confounding opponents who are beaten before they even realize what has happened.In April 2002, he began his WWE career with an appearance on SmackDown. Priding himself as "The Legend Killer,'' Orton has finished off the likes of Hall of Famer Sgt. Slaughter, Jake "the Snake" Roberts and hardcore legend Mick Foley. Orton also displays no fear and no respect when confronting legends such as Harley Race, asserting his claim as the true legend of sports-entertainment. A genuine blue chipper, Randy Orton entered WWE and in short has become dangerously famous morphing from an up and coming third generation Superstar into "The Legend Killer." Feasting on crushing legend after legend, Orton has targeted the best of the best and has taken down dozens of top WWE Superstars, Hall of Famers and legends including Harley Race, Sgt. Slaughter, Shawn Michaels and Cactus Jack. Randy Orton may be one of the cockiest Superstars on the SmackDown roster, but he's just as determined and effective inside the ring. Orton has sports-entertainment in his blood. In fact, he's recently had his father and Hall of Famer, Cowboy Bob Orton, accompanying him to the ring for his matches - and it's been paying off dividends.