[Bob Orton Jr.] [Randy Orton]
- NWA Heart of America Heavyweight title defeating Alo Leilani (December 20, 1951);
- NWA Heart of America Heavyweight title defeating Dave Sims (January 28, 1954);
- NWA Missouri Heavyweight title defeating ???????? (Febuary ??, 1954);
- NWA Southwest Heavyweight title defeating ???????? (????, 1956);
- NWA (Ohio) United States Tag Team titles w/Great Scott defeating ??????? (????, 1962);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Eddie Graham (December 28, 1963);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Bob Ellis (June 4, 1964);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title won a tournament (June 17, 1965);
- NWA (Florida) World Tag Team titles w/Eddie Graham defeating Medics (April 19, 1966);
- NWA (Florida) World Tag Team titles w/Eddie Graham won a tournament (May 17, 1966);
- AWA Midwest Tag Team titles w/Mike DiBiase defeating Doug Gilbert & Reggie Parks (????, 1967);
- Nebraska Heavyweight title defeating Bobby Shane (May 27, 1967);
- AWA Midwest Heavyweight title defeating Doug Gilbert (July 15, 1967);
- AWA Midwest Heavyweight title defeating Rock Rogowski (aka Ole Anderson) (November 11, 1967);
- AWA Midwest Tag Team titles w/Mad Dog Vachon defeating Doug Gilbert & Reggie Parks (????, 1968);
- AWA Midwest Tag Team titles w/Mad Dog Vachon defeating Doug Gilbert & Reggie Parks (March 15, 1968);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Missouri Mauler (March 3, 1970);
- NWA (Central States) North American Tag Team titles w/Buddy Austin defeating Rock Hunter & Roger Kirby (????, 1971);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Tim Woods (June 24, 1972);
- NWA Florida Tag Team titles w/Taurus (aka Dennis Hall) defeating Johnny Walker & Boris Malenko (June 29, 1972);
- NWA (Florida) Southern Heavyweight title defeating Hiro Matsuda (July 10, 1972);
- NWA Florida Tag Team titles w/Hiro Matsuda defeating Ray Stevens & Nick Bockwinkel (August 15, 1972);
- Bob Orton Sr. is the father of Bob Orton Jr. & Barry “O” and the grandfather of current WWE superstar Randy Orton..
- July 21, 1976 – CWF: Bob Orton Sr. defeated Sonny Rogers.
- July 28, 1976 – CWF: Bob Orton Jr. & Bob Orton Sr. defeated Jack Brisco & Raul Mata.
- August 4, 1976 – CWF: Bob Orton Jr. & Bob Orton Sr. defeated Hiro Matsuda & Jack Brisco.
- August 11, 1976 – CWF: Bob Orton Sr. defeated Bob Backlund.
- September 25, 27, 1976 – CWF: Bob Orton Sr. defeated Jan Nelson.
- October 18, 1976 – CWF: Bob Backlund & Jerry Brisco defeated Bob Orton Jr. & Bob Orton Sr..
- October 23, 1976 – CWF: Bob Orton Sr. defeated Rick Oliver.
- October 25, 1976 – CWF: The Brisco Brothers (Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco) defeated Bob Orton Jr. & Bob Orton Sr..
- November 10, 1976 – CWF: Ken Lucas & Mike Graham defeated Bob Orton Jr. & Bob Orton Sr. to retain the NWA Florida tag titles.
- December 7, 1976 – CWF: Bob Orton Sr. defeated Ray Candy.
- February 22, 1977 – CWF TV: Steve Keirn defeated Bob Orton Sr. to retain the NWA Florida Southern Heavyweight Title.
- July 16, 2006: Bob Orton Sr. passed away at the age of 77 as a result of a Heart Attack.
From WWE.com: Bob Orton, Sr., the patriarch of the famous Orton wrestling family, passed away on Sunday night. Orton, Sr. was the father of WWE Hall of Famer Cowboy Bob Orton and former WWE star Barry “O” Orton, as well as the grandfather of current RAW Superstar Randy Orton. According to Randy, his grandfather passed away as the result of a series of heart attacks. “He had a heart attack at home, and they took him to the hospital where he has another more severe heart attack,” he told WWE.com. “He had an eight hour surgery that gave him a 20 percent chance to survive; he did, but about 10 hours after the surgery he passed away.” A native of Kansas City, Orton began his career in 1951, and his biggest success came in the Florida and Central States territories. He held several regional NWA Championships in both territories, including a reign as Florida Tag Team Champions with son Cowboy Bob. Known as “The Big O,” Orton also competed in the AWA, where he held the Midwest Heavyweight and Tag Team Championships, as well as Stu Hart’s Stampede Wrestling promotion in Calgary. In fact, Orton’s career spanned nearly a half-century, as he didn’t officially retire from the wrestling business until 2000. And even into his 70s, Orton was influential in helping his grandson transition into the business.
“He always told me to keep my mouth shut and my ears open,” Randy said. “Dad always said it too, but I heard it from grandpa first. He had a lot of fun old stories that were real interesting; it’s a shame he’s gone. As I was growing up I knew how important he was for my father, and he was just as important for me.” Randy also shared one distinct memory of his grandfather with WWE.com. “I remember when my dad went into the Hall of Fame, he was there as I inducted dad. I mentioned him, and he was right up front in his wheelchair so I was able to make some eye contact with him. It was a great moment.” While Randy is saddened at the passing of his grandfather, he was able to get a lift from one of his fellow RAW Superstars. “Last night I was eating dinner with Charlie Haas, and he knew I was upset about grandpa passing,” Randy said. “He said ‘don’t worry, Russ (Haas, Charlie’s brother) is showing him the ropes up in Heaven right now.’ That put a smile on my face.” Unfortunately, Orton’s passing came just days shy of his 77th birthday, which would have been on July 21.