WWE's father and son team-ups

“Cowboy” Bob and Randy Orton

In 2005, “Cowboy” Bob Orton was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as his son, Randy, was embarking on a mission to live up to his moniker at the time – The Legend Killer. The elder Orton eventually found himself entangled in the bitter rivalry between his son and The Undertaker, unsuccessfully interfering in The Deadman’s battle with The Viper at WrestleMania 21.

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However, the WWE Hall of Famer did help his son defeat The Phenom in a rematch at SummerSlam. Having both drawn the fury of The Deadman, the Ortons soon teamed up to take on The Undertaker together.

At No Mercy, Bob and Randy Orton forged a formidable father/son duo and battled The Undertaker in a Handicap Casket Match. The Ortons defeated The Deadman and teamed up once again a few weeks later. Joining forces with Mr. Kennedy, the Ortons battled Batista, Eddie Guerrero and Roddy Piper. Though they were on the losing end in the Six-Man Tag Team Match, their victory against The Undertaker was surely a boastful memory for Thanksgiving dinner.