Could It Be: RAW's Host, David Otunga In Cahoots With Batista?

lee raydeanCorrespondent IApril 6, 2010

RAW's host this week, rookie David Otunga, didn't do too shabby and made a few great matches. That was until he made the match with the Unified Tag-team Champions, Miz and Big Slow vs John Cena and ... Batista.

Everyone knows that John Cena and Batista cannot co-exist with one another as bad things happen.

As the match started, Cena went first and when he tried to tag, Batista went in the back.

John went after him, but he was only able to hit the animal a few times. He couldn't get him to go back down to the ring.

The Miz and Big Slow were ecstatic thinking they had won the match but, not so fast, David came out and told the tag-team champs that they weren't going to win that easily.

He informed Slow/Miz that they will be back in the ring in the main event against Cena and himself.

I am pretty sure that the pros were wondering why he put himself with the champ to begin with.

David considers himself, the "A List," better than all of the other rookies.

He also considers himself Mr. NXT and thinks he has the "IT" factor.

Sure, he's good, but I think he is getting a little head of himself. He is still a rookie and has a way to go yet.

When the time came for the main event, John was still confused on what had happened earlier in the ring, Hell, even I was wondering what was going on.

Cena started with the Miz, and was doing great, then he somewhat fell apart. He tried to tag David in and David acted like he wanted to get in, but declined at the last second.

Why in the hell did he leave ring side?

I thought that maybe he was nervous, but it turned out, he did it on purpose.

As he went up to go in the back, Batista came down to ring side, immediately jumping in the ring, after Cena was knocked out by the Big Show, while everyone was watching Otunga, giving him the Batista Bomb.

The Animal informed Cena, while he was knocked out, that he was revoking his rematch clause that it will be at ER, last man standing match which means, there is no disqualifications, no count outs, only beating each other until one of them is no longer able to fight.

When Batista and Otunga were passing each other, there was a flash of a smile on Otunga's face.

I honestly thought they were doing each other a favor. Being friends.

Tonight on NXT, David was asked why he did what he did and he said that he didn't feel like tagging in with a whimpy Cena. Instead he wanted to do the Miz a favor, so Miz could help him with his career.

He wants the spotlight on him, and he doesn't want to share it with anyone, he wants his own championship matches.

He says they could've been the champions but its too late now, that opportunity flew out of the window.

I have a feeling that David Otunga hasn't seen the last of the champ, John Cena. They will meet again, I can guarantee that.

His Pro, R-Truth should call him up for what he did on RAW. Truth had to do it before when he got out of line. He's going to learn a lesson, the hard way.