Tables, Tables and More Tables: Orton Gets the Win Over Cena With RKO

lee raydeanCorrespondent ISeptember 17, 2010

Since no one really read my last article, I am going to recap the main event from Monday Night RAW this past week.

John Cena vs Randy Orton for the 100th time, but not for the championship belt. I didn't see any significance to it.

Maybe the WWE might have thought the WWE Universe may have forgotten all the times these two giant main eventers have clashed.

Or all the times they put their bodies through living hell to make their fans and the WWE happy. The more blood and broken bones there is the better.

And yet, last Monday Night on RAW, Cena and Orton put on one hell of a show. It was the best I've seen in quite awhile. And yes, there were interferences, twists, and turns.

Pitfalls didn't count in this match. It was because the Roulette wheel dealt out their fate for the night. One spin of that wheel told everyone what kind of match it would be. Tables!!!!!

So therefore, no pinfalls, just putting your opponent through a table. That's how Cena lost his belt to the Celtic Warrior, Sheamus. He put Cena through a table, supposedly. There's controversy about that match.

Cena and Orton came out to the ring. The WWE Universe screamed for each one, cheering at the top of their lungs. Chants of RKO and Cena were heard loud and clear.

This is what this crowd wanted to see. This is what it's all about. The adrenaline pumping through their veins. The satisfaction of winning.

There were tables all around the ring, as well as under it. They might've had a few in the stands. You just never know.

Anyway, Chad had introduced Cena and Orton. More cheers. These two men went at it, tooth and nails.

This match was very physical. RAW's top two powerhouses put their finishing moves on one another, still no one went through a table. It came close a few times.

As the match reached a fever pitch, John Cena put Orton into the STF. Again, this was a tables match, not a submission one. Maybe, and more probable than not, he was trying to wear Orton down.

As you can guess, Orton had done his damage to Cena, giving him a head slam (that's what I call it) from the middle rope. He is so precise when he does that move and the RKO. There is nothing like it.

By this time, there were tables in the ring. Neither Cena nor Orton went through it. At least not at that time.

What happens next is something that made the match an even hotter one. There were interferences as everyone expected.

Nexus came out and tried to upend the two superstars. Orton and Cena, together, rid the ring of the terrors by putting them through tables on the outside of the ring.

Edge and Jericho jumped in and they met the same fate. Along comes the Celtic Warrior and Heavyweight Champion, Sheamus. Cena picked him on his shoulders made of steel, giving him the Attitude Adjuster onto the hard arena floor.

There was carnage laying all over the place. Cena goes back into the ring, he and Orton continue their match.

Cena tries to give Orton the Attitude Adjuster, but, as he puts Randy on his shoulders, Orton puts his arm around Cena's neck and they both go through the table.

Orton wins the match. I thought it was a draw. They both went through the table at the same time.

All in all, it was a memorable match. They might've had bad feelings towards each other, but, for one brief moment, they came together and fought off the delusional, incompetent idiots.

This match was worth watching.