Is This the End of Orton and Legacy as We Know Them? Maybe Splitsville

lee raydeanCorrespondent IFebruary 17, 2010

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 24:  (L-R) Wrestlers Ted DiBiase, Randy Orton and Cody Rhodes appear 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)
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I still can't believe what I saw on Monday night RAW this week. Two of the matches were superb. Raw is good anyways, but these two were exciting.

The first match was with Sheamus vs" The Viper," Randy Orton. This match should've been a match to end all matches. Didn't go that way though.

Orton was on target, not leaving room for error. He stood up against the heavyweight champion with no problem.

Back and forth the match went. Kicks, punches, near pinfalls. Randy got the champ down and he had that evilness in his eyes and became psychotic. I thought this was the end of Sheamus.

Again, this ended up not being Orton's night. Legacy came out to the ring and they stood by and was watching Randy.

Of course they couldn't just leave things a lone. Legacy's actions spoke louder than words. And it also seems like whenever Orton is doing good, they have to interfere. Why do they keep doing what they're doing?

As usual, Cody Rhodes had to jump the Celtic Warrior and caused Randy the match. Even though it was a non-title matchup, it was an important one with the Elimination Chamber Event so close. It would've made Orton that much more of a threat if he had won.

That would've given Sheamus something to think about. As it is, he thinks he's unstoppable, that he's invincible. Randy had in check when Rhodes interfered.

The ref called for the bell and match was over. Randy looked wild eyed and was very much beside himself. He was livid. Rhodes, Dibiase, and Orton stood in the middle of the ring blaming each other for the interference, and Randy RKO"D Rhodes, Sheamus pump kicked Dibiase and Orton RKO"D Sheamus.

The red headed Celtic Warrior felt Randy's wrath as he laid unconscious in the middle of the ring.

This may be the straw that broke the camel's back. I can't blame Randy if he did leave Legacy because they have caused Randy to lose more than one match.


NOTE: I do know that its scripted!