Will the WWE See a New Corporation?

David LloydCorrespondent IJanuary 23, 2009

Ever since the "Shot Heard Round the World," I've been reading many articles about how Orton is set up for the biggest push of the new millennium.  I've found myself contemplating what Vince's retaliation will be to the disrespect Orton showed him.

Obviously, Vince will not get on the mic Sunday at the Royal Rumble or Monday on RAW and declare that Randy Orton is terminated.  That just wouldn't be Vince's style, or in line with the reports of the "monumental" push Orton is about to receive.

No, I see Vince McMahon doing what he does best: exacting his revenge relentlessly. 

Win or lose at the Rumble, Orton is clearly going to be on the receiving end of McMahon's fury.  But just how will Vince go about this?  The way I see it, it's time for the Corporation to reunite. 

The original Corporation was formed to counteract the rebels (primarily DX...as well as Stone Cold) in the WWE.  Is there anymore rebellious act than delivering a massive punt directly to the Chairman's head?  I think not.

I'm not calling for a reunion of Big Bossman, Ken Shamrock, or even The Rock...which would be amazing...but rather a new crop of WWE Superstars who would be willing to serve Vince whole-heartedly.

In my opinion, Vince needs to take his aggression out not only on Orton, but his Legacy as well.  The only way to do this is to reconstruct a corporation for the 21st Century.

My first candidate for the new stable would be Chris Jericho.  Unlike Orton, he was willing to put his pride aside and apologize to Vince's daughter as well as the WWE fans.  I think this would be a very likely alliance to serve revenge on Orton. 

JBL?  Depending on what happens at the Rumble, he could be the champ that the corporation always defended.  He has the style to go with the Corporation as well.

Dolph Ziggler?  He was in awe when he met Vince Monday night.  Manu?  He must be chomping at the bit to get back at Orton and his former stable.

I feel there need to be more stables in the WWE nowadays. Ten years ago, stables were a staple of the sport.  It would be great to see a Corporation in the 21st Century!