Randy Orton: Cementing a Legacy Or Making A Death Wish

Adrian StaehleSenior Analyst IFebruary 17, 2009

Triple H came to the aide of his wife, but it was to late.

Randy Orton had RKOed Stephanie McMahon-Hemsley to the mat as RAW went off the air and things have dramatically changed in the WWE.

Triple H has seen his family been punted and RKOed to the mat and he was to late but with WrestleMania around the corner, it's time to play the game—Randy Orton will take on Triple H for the WWE Championship in the main event.

The real question: is Randy Orton cementing his legacy or making a death wish?

Randy Orton had truly cross the line last night with the turn in the storyline has taken I expected Triple H to come out and be the man on the phone, but I think the RKO made it better and more personal.

The look on Triple H's face told the story that hasn't been written, but it sure ends with Randy Orton beaten within a inch of his life.

Next week's RAW is the one I am looking forward to the most.

We expect Hunter to be on RAW next week, but what will happen. I mean, Orton really doesn't get to choose his WrestleMania opponent, because of the storyline.

HE will not go to Smackdown to face Edge; he will stay on RAW and go against the 13 times World Champion in "The Game."

All I can say now after what I saw on RAW last night, if Hunter doesn't mined, but … game on.