Randy Orton Charged $20k For Family To Attend WWE WrestleMania 37

A good thing that he won then wasn't it

Another WrestleMania is in the books as the two-night WrestleMania 37 took place at Raymond James Stadium. The first WWE events in over a year with a live crowd attending, it was indeed cause for celebration, even for Randy Orton. 

The Viper revealed via his Twitter account that he was charged $20,000 for his wife and five children to attend WrestleMania 37 for his match with 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt.

Orton said:

“WM. Historic. One of a kind, only here at #wwe you can see the spectacle! Also, I was charged 20 thousand dollars for my family (wife and 5 kids) to watch dad rassle fight a demon…. and WIN!”

It hasn’t been disclosed what the $20k charge was for, but we can only assume that the performers across both nights were allowed limited/no friends and family in attendance. Whether Orton paid a fine or a general charge for travel, hospitality etc. for his family remains unknown.

Orton’s victory over The Fiend opened Night Two of WrestleMania 37, and while it was cause for celebration for Orton and family, the result has divided opinion online.

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