DX Tanks Legacy, War Not Over

Chris DiFrancescoAnalyst IAugust 24, 2009

It was one of the most intriguing pay-per-views in a long time for World Wrestling Entertainment.

Not since Wrestlemania 25 in April, has WWE produced an all-around fun ppv event.

Summerslam gave the WWE Universe exactly what they have craved for a long time now, they delivered an awesome ppv at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The night was headlined by the legendary Degeneration-X as they took on Legacy members Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase.

Words are hard to come by when trying to explain the entrance that DX makes when heading to the ring. It has few rivals when it comes to creativity and excitement. Their DX Army tank with cannons blasting, soldiers gun sparkling, and new music to boot.

The entrance was rare in the fact that those type of arrivals are usually only seen at Wrestlemania.

The match was very good, lasting 20 minutes of back-and-forth action. Legacy proved to be two promising young stars.

The only other match that could compare to this was the World Heavyweight title bout between Jeff Hardy and C.M. Punk in a TLC match.

The DX return was everything the WWE and its universe wanted, maybe more. It was extravagant.

What's next for the duo of HBK-HHH? We will all know more tonight when Raw airs. The rivalry between DX and Legacy will continue, but for how long remains the question.

Is there anyone else planning an attack on the DX Army?

Maybe the unified tag-team champs Big Show and Chris Jericho are biting at the heels to attack the greatest force in Sports Entertainment in history.

With Randy Orton still the WWE Champion, I can still picture the 'Viper' sticking his nose in the business of the showstopper and the King of Kings.

Will all of Legacy become problems for ol' Degeneration X, nobody knows.

But if WWE wants to continue having profitable pay-per-views and fun, and entertaining television, DX will be on every Monday night for awhile longer.