Randy Orton-John Cena: Same Scenario at Breaking Point As at Summerslam

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Randy Orton-John Cena: Same Scenario at Breaking Point As at Summerslam

At Breaking Point Submissions, there will be a familiar match taking place: John Cena vs Randy Orton for his title belt.

There is no love lost between these two grapplers. Recently at Summerslam, they fought but Cena got screwed out of the belt again.

When they clash, for what seems like a repeat of a repeat program, it's going to be heard around the world. It will be an "I Quit" match, where the loser will tap out or verbally quit, but which of these two icons will be the first to do it?

The match that brought these two egomaniacs to face each other, yet again, was at Summerslam. Orton was determined to get himself disqualified when he realized that he was going to have a long, hard fight ahead of him.

Cena was determined to fight, embarrass, and put a hurting on Randy. Every time he tried to, Orton would jump out of the ring and try to leave the arena area, or hit the referee. Every time he tried to do this, Mr. McMahon would call and tell them to continue the match. It was restarted three different times. 

Then it happened.

Cena was distracted and Orton got him when he was on the apron and Cena was against the rope. Randy gave John the RKO while he was still out of the ring.

I don't how he did it, but he did.

On this past Monday Night RAW, GM Dusty Rhodes said that he would do anything for his son. Right there, you knew something was going to go down.

Still, he made a match with Cody going up against Orton for the belt. Cena was to be the special referee. Cody told Orton that it wasn't personal, just business.

When it was time for the match, all participants were in the ring and Dusty was in his son's corner, but he told Cena that he was sorry and repeated the words, "do anything for my son." That's when all hell broke loose.

Orton and Cody pounced on Cena and DiBiase joined them. DX came out to help John but they were on the short end of the stick.

Then out of nowhere, Orton RKO'ed Dusty Rhodes. Cody was livid, and for a split second it looked as if he was going to cry but at the same time kick Randy's ass.

One look from Orton and Cody cowered in the corner. What a wimp. His own father was lying in the ring and he wouldn't do anything because Orton might've hurt him, too.

I would have taken that risk.

Sorry to have gotten off track. What I was trying to say is that it's time that someone puts Orton in check. Cena can be that person—the one to bring Orton's psychotic world down around him, leaving him lying in a pile of his own rubble. Will Randy say "I quit"?

Maybe at this point and time, people may consider that no one can control Orton. He's too far gone.

I honestly think Cena can get to Orton if Rhodes and DiBiase can't interfere. If the ref can order them to stay in the back, but can't really see that happening either.

Maybe on a wing and a prayer, Cena will finally not get screwed and get the belt. John is fed up with Randy always getting away with things. You play, you pay, and it's high time Orton learned that. Any questions?

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