4. Cowboy Bob Orton, Jr. In 1985, no pro wrestler was able to garner reactions of unadulterated hatred the way that Roddy Piper was. Basking in the opportunity to be the Lex Luthor to Hulk Hogans Superman, he would go to any length to ensure that the fans in any given arena hated him more than anyone else on the card. It was not out of the ordinary to see Piper stoop to lows such as kicking pop idol Cyndi Lauper or break a gold record over the head of the popular Captain Lou Albano. He relished in his villainy. To be as hated as Piper was, and to have as many enemies as he did, though, meant it was necessary for the Hot Scot to have backup. His bodyguard came in the form of a second generation wrestler with a chronically broken arm. Cowboy Bob Orton, Jr. was a wrestlers wrestler and one of the toughest men in the industry. As bodyguard for Piper, Orton regularly found himself at odds with Hogan, Mr. T, Jimmy Snuka and any other stars who had beef with his associate. Like most bodyguards, he took a great deal of punishment while protecting his charge but he was more than capable of defending himself. A great worker whose top rope superplex meant certain defeat for anyone unlucky enough to experience it, Orton was one of the more notorious bodyguards in company history.