WWE: Evan Bourne Should Replace Randy Orton at the Fatal 4-Way

Travis SmithAnalyst IIJune 2, 2010

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 24:  Wrestlers Evan Bourne (L) and Chavo Guerrero compete 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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Randy Orton is one of WWE's top baby faces; he has a strong connection with fans, due in large part to his silent but violent actions in the ring and his abilities to have a great match with anyone.

Orton is on top of his game and was having a stellar run in the WWE before suffering a shoulder injury at Over The Limit in his match with Edge. Orton played up the injury even more this past Monday as Edge "attacked" him with a door and proved how injured Orton's shoulder really is.

Orton may be a hit with fans but it seems likely that the injury will take him off the PPV card for three weeks.

So the question to be asked is, who replaces Orton at Fatal 4-Way?

Names floating around include Chris Jericho, The Miz, and even John Morrison, but I think if anyone can replace Orton at the PPV, it should be Evan Bourne. 

Look no further than the huge crowd response he got this past Monday when he teamed with John Cena and stood up against Edge in the main event.

Additionally, Evan was a huge hit in the indies, and he's a wonderful high-flier who hasn't gotten a chance to shine under the bright lights of a pay-per-view event. Evan's in-ring work reminds me of Rey Mysterio and Billy Kidman combined and his mic skills are excellent if given the chance to speak.

The WWE is in need of some big names to join the main event scene and, well, there isn't a better guy to put in the main event scene then Evan Bourne.

So tell me what you wrestling fans think about Bourne's push or lack of one, and please leave your comments below no matter what side of the fence you sit on.

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