Cena Vs Orton: SummerSlam Preview

Svyato Rovenchuk@TorontosClassicSenior Writer IAugust 2, 2009

LOS ANGELES, CA - MAY 21:  John Cena attends Game Two of the Western Conference Finals during the 2009 NBA Playoffs between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Denver Nuggets at Staples Center on May 21, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)

First off before I start the preview I just wanna say something, "Again!?" Now that that's out of the way I can start.


The Superstars

Introducing first, he is the WWE Champion, The Viper, Randy Orton. What can you say about Randy? Perhaps that he's one of the best superstars in the WWE.

You may also say that he is a guy much more talented that Cena. You may say that he is a tad overhyped. Well despite whatever you say, the man is good. He brings it night in and night out and strikes all of his victims with that RKO.

He is also a man who likes to put people out of action by punting them in the head and hopefully that's what he will do to John Cena. Despite the fact that Orton's opponent is as boring as you can get, I expect Randy to still make this guy look good.

I mean he's Orton, he could probably make the Great Khali look like a decent wrestler. Basically, the man is good.

In the other corner. He is the kiddies champion, the man I and the rest of the Pro Wrestling section detest with the exception of some kids, teenage girls and Dan Telek...John Cena.

Cena, where do i begin? His finisher is just a Death Valley Driver renamed. All he knows are like five moves. He's a terrible actor, rapper and wrestler. He's the WWE's money bag, a corporate puppet and so much more.

The only good thing about him is he can work the mic. Cena you are lucky you have Orton as an opponent. He might actually make you look good.


Match Quality

Out of five stars I'd give it as low as 3.5 and as high as 4. Sorry, but a match with Cena just can't be that high. Orton does have the power to make him look good though so maybe it'll at least be a four-star match.

One of their previous meetings, can't remember which one, was actually pretty good. So this match has some potential. I just don't feel it should've been made the main event.

I think CM Punk and Jeff Hardy should have that title, especially considering how good their feud is looking. Anyway back to Orton and Cena.

The match is a WWE championship event, but I don't think it's quite up to standard. But hell, we've had worse(which also feature Cena, none with Orton sorry, well maybe some with him and Batista or Triple H).

Anyway I beg John to try his hardest, so I don't change the channel in the first five minutes. Also beg the WWE don't have him do something like kickout of the RKO because that's a load of bull****. Expect this to be a 25-30 minute match (of boredom).


How It'll Work Out

Here's a short summary of what I think the match will go:

Orton starts off dominating Cena in the early going.

Then Cena "somehow" comes back.

He delivers the signature move Five Knuckle Shuffle.

Cena then locks in the STF.

Orton manages to get out of it.

Orton starts fighting back.

Notable thing hit by Orton during that time are: DDT, Jumping stomp, and a BIG slap to Cena's face (that just satisfies the soul).

Just when Orton goes for the RKO, Cena catches him and slams him.

He then waits for him to get up and he hits the Attitude Adjustment.

He pins Orton for the 1, 2, 3.

Ladies and gentleman it disappoints me to tell you this, but here is your new WWE Champion, John Cena.

That is how I think the match will play out (sadly). Also Chedda, don't take my hate for Cena personally. I just can't stand the guy!