Superman and Spiderman On RAW, Cena Gives The Viper The STF on Cage

lee raydeanCorrespondent IOctober 2, 2009

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 24:  Wrestler John Cena appears in the ring during the WWE Monday Night Raw show at the Thomas & Mack Center August 24, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

John Cena: a name that is more than a household name. It stands for integrity, respect, hustle and loyalty.

It stands for CHAMPION.

On Monday Night Raw this week, Cena proved once again why he is the champ.  It's not because of his good looks, his charming personality, or his huge muscles.

Or the way that he enters a crowded arena.  It's his actions, his manner, and he keeps his promises to the WWE Universe.

John doesn't just say hes going to do something, he goes and does it.  And on RAW this week, he proved why he is champion.

His rival, and his opponent at Hell In A Cell, felt Cena's Wrath when John went through a gauntlet match.  John went through Jericho and won by DQ and the same with the match against Big Show.  The third and last man was Randy Orton.

As Orton was coming down the ramp to the ring, he had that psychotic look in his eyes. They were cold and icy.  His mannerism was cocky and egotistical.

Both men were in the ring staring each other down.  Then Cena pointed his finger in the air and the cage came down.  Orton looked like he was in a state of shock.  This is one place he didn't want to be.  He tried to get out of the ring, before the cage came fully down.

No chance.

He went for the door and Cena was there to block it.  John hit Orton and he fell out the door but Cena was all over him.

No escape from the champ, except up.  Orton climbed the steel cage like Spiderman. Cena was right behind him like Superman chasing Spidey.  That's a feat in itself.  Climbing a steel cage with no opening on top to get back in.

John and Randy were soon on top of the cage facing each other.  Cena picked up Orton and gave him the STF, and Randy landed on his back.  There was no one there to save him.

Legacy wasn't up there to back him up and help him out of this mess.  There was no place for him to run to, except down and that wasn't going to happen.  Cena picked him up and gave him the STF and it was a done deal.

In any case Cena seems to be more aggressive, cocky and certain of himself.  He proved that on RAW this last week.  If I sound like I'm not giving Orton any credit, then please forgive me.  I do give him his props.

Randy Orton is in a league all of his own.  He plays the psychotic, twisted viper to a T.  Sneaky, evil at times, and every move he makes in that ring is deliberate.

He always has a plan and he doesn't go in that squared circle without one either.  Orton is always thinking and planning.  That's what makes him so dangerous.

At Hell In A Cell, Cena said that he will have a different demeanor, that he will be the aggressor, be the man to beat.  You know the saying, "To be the man, you have to beat the man".  Guess that stands true for both men.

They will fight 'til their bodies are limp and beat, 'til they can't throw another punch, 'til every muscle and bone hurts.  And when the air clears, its going to be interesting to see who will be the CHAMP.