Do the Fans Really Want Someone Besides Randy Orton to be WWE Champion?

Ryan MichaelSenior Writer IIIJune 15, 2009

When Monday Night Raw kicks off tonight, we can be guaranteed of one thing. Randy Orton will not be walking out of Ric Flair's hometown as the WWE Champion.

What we do know is that either Triple H or John Cena will become the WWE Champion. It's just a matter of which babyface is going to have his bread buttered the most.

Who is going to become the new General Manager of Raw?

Assure yourself of one thing.

If the new General Manager also happens to be a babyface, expect some very dull entertainment in the very near future.

It is no secret that babyface General Manager's love to pacify the crowd and they are more than willing to do that at the expense of the company's top heels.

I've heard names like Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels being thrown into the mix, but while I would like to know who the new General Manager is going to be, I'm going to instead focus on the most important task at hand.

The WWE Championship.

We know that the WWE Champion will not be Randy Orton, but is that what the people really want?

Do you really want to see more of Triple H being the WWE Champion?

Didn't we see that for the greater part of last year? And which rivalries did you get most excited about?

The only one that really comes to mind is his feud with Randy Orton, a rivalry which culminated with a very predictable and anti-climactic finish which spoiled Wrestlemania XXV.

At least they rectified the situation at Backlash, only to throw away their progress at Extreme Rules.

If Triple H becomes champion, I'd expect more of the same.

John Cena seems like he has the potential to become a quality champion at some point, but is that point now?

The fact of the matter is that Raw has not had a stable heel champion since the initial "Age of Orton".

Let's not speak about Chris Jericho because his title reign was both short-lived and vastly un-entertaining.

He's doing well for himself on Smackdown as the Intercontinental Champion, which proves that the WWE can eventually come to their senses and establish a proper hierarchy.

So with either Triple H or John Cena on the verge of becoming the next WWE Champion, what I'd like to know is how many of you are satisfied with that decision?

How many of you are going to go to sleep late Monday Night and wake up excited about Triple H or John Cena being your new champion?

With four men heading into the Fatal Four Way Championship match tomorrow night, do you agree with their decision to go with Triple H or John Cena?