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D.H. Smith Asks WWE's Creative Team to Include Him in Randy Orton's Legacy

Ryan MichaelSenior Writer IIIJanuary 19, 2009

D.H. Smith (also known as Harry Smith) is the son of the late British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith. Although he has made a few appearances on both Raw and Smackdown, he was demoted back to FCW (the WWE's developmental territory).

He and his childhood friend T.J. Wilson were working as a Tag Team unit in FCW, with the WWE creative team planning to bring them onto Smackdown to pair them up with Nattie Neidhart, forming "The New Hart Foundation."

Those plans have since fallen through, and it now looks as if Smith has his eyes set on bigger things.

Rumors are circulating that Smith went to the WWE's creative team and pitched the idea of him being incorporated into Randy Orton's Legacy. It appears as if the creative team likes the idea and Smith might soon be promoted to Monday Night Raw.

In what form or fashion Smith will be incorporated is yet to be known as the Legacy's storyline seems to be taking one big twist after another.

I certainly wouldn't be surprised to see Smith get the biggest push of his wrestling career if he does manage to impress WWE officials and Orton alike.

It was recently discovered that Orton pushed for Manu to be removed from his Legacy so it appears as if Orton himself has major pull within the creative development of his stable.

Only time will tell if Smith will impress the right people and gain the opportunity to be associated with The Legacy.

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