DX and Legacy Go at It Head On. Guess Who Had To Suck It!

lee raydeanCorrespondent IAugust 26, 2009

The boys are back with a vengance and they proved that they can still dish it out and take it. DX was amazing on RAW this week.

Mr. McMahon came to the ring when the show started. He made a few announcements and said that celebrity host for the night was none other than the greatest boxer of all time, Floyd "Money" Mayweather.

The fans and Vince were waiting for his arrival. In the meantime, DX came out to wish Vince happy birthday. Doing their usual goofy and funny antics, they had a few of the stage hands bring out a cake.

From the way DX likes to get under McMahon's skin, I almost expected Mae Young to jump out of it. But to everyone's surprise, it was a man. An almost naked man at that.

Then there was a little tribute and then a visit from Legacy and Randy Orton. Of course they were running their mouths. Since Mayweather wasn't there yet to make any matches, Triple H did it for him.

DX and Mr. McMahon vs. Legacy and Orton. I thought that after all that DX has done to Vince, he wouldn't have been on their side, but much to my surprise, he went along with it.

Later on in the program, Orton and Legacy were in the back discussing their strategy. It was the same game plan as always. Rhodes and Dibiase were to take care of DX while he got Vince and punt him in the skull.

Orton wanted to make sure McMahon wouldn't get up or survive his attack on him this time. Randy had a rude awakening.

Later on in the show, Vince was working out with Mayweather and to be honest with you, he didn't look bad at all.

Randy thought that he was going to get away and tried to run up the ramp but was greeted by his opponent at Summerslam, John Cena. John had a score to settle with Orton and he wanted to pay him back for screwing Cena out of the belt.

Shawn Michaels was tuning up some sweet chin music and Randy's kisser was the receiver. Triple H was handing out Pedigrees and Cena gave Orton the Attitude Adjuster. Then in all his glory, Vince McMahon pinned Orton.

It was SWEEEEEEEEEET! I had a chill run down my spine. It was a fantastic matchup and I hope and pray that Vince will team with DX again because the trio worked well together. What a way to spend your 64th birthday, Vince!

Happy belated just the same.