The Animal Gets Some Revenge On Orton, Legacy

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The Animal Gets Some Revenge On Orton, Legacy

Batista finally got some revenge and retribution on Randy Orton last night on Monday Night RAW. What started out as a no physical contact agreement ended in a 2-on-1 matchup with Batista against Legacy.

Orton and his little crew asked Batista to come out to the ring and he did.

Randy reminded him of the no physical claus that GM Vickie Guerrero put in force. He proceeded to be the arrogant viper that he is. Orton offered Batista a position in his elite group, as an enforcer. Randy said he would be the champion.

Batista laughed and told him that he wasn't there to be his enforcer, but was there to hurt Orton. He also said that he despised him as well. Of course, this didn't sit too well with Randy at all. In fact he was foaming at the mouth.

Vickie guerrero came out and was excusing herself as always. she set up a 2-on-1 matchup with legacy against the animal.  If Batista won, he would get Orton that night 1-on-1. If not it would be 3-on-1.

The match started without a hitch. Back and forth they went until Cody Rhodes decided he needed a chair and went under the ring to get one. The ref didn't see the chair until after Rhodes threw it in the ring and Batista picked it up. He was disqualified. Good thinking on Legacy's part.

Orton and Legacy thought the three of them would pound on Batista and that would be it. Batista jumped Ted DiBiase once he was alone. Orton sent Rhodes out to find Batista and take him out. That didn't work either. Rhodes ran into trouble like his partner did. Good plan on Batista's part.

Well now with them two out of the match, Batista had Orton all to himself.

The Animal was in Heaven, on cloud nine. Randy tried to give Batista the RKO but couldn't. Batista got a chair and whipped Orton with it. Legacy came out and tried to hold the animal so Randy could give him the RKO. It wasn't going to happen. The Animal snapped and tried to break Orton's foot like Randy did to Shane McMahon the week before.

There was no stopping Batista. He was like a caged animal, pacing in the ring, sweating, throwing steel stairs at Orton as he tried to get up the ramp. Just when you think wrestling couldn't get any better, a match like this comes around and blows the lid off of the WWE.

Randy thinks the WWE evolves around him and that no one is as great as he is. Sorry to tell you this Randy but, there is someone that's chasing you and your belt, and will probably win it at Judgment Day. What will you do then?

 

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