WWE Fans: Is Randy Orton Smackdown's Version of Super-Cena?

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WWE Fans: Is Randy Orton Smackdown's Version of Super-Cena?

Ever since Randy Orton turned into a face, which was at WrestleMania 26, he became a Viper that was, for the first time since 2005, cheered by the WWE fans.

Throughout 2010, it was awesome to finally see Orton as a face and I, along with many other WWE Fans, felt as if Orton was the second coming of Stone Cold Steve Austin, but we were wrong.

Well at least in my opinion, we were wrong.

Randy Orton's new Viper character wasn't the second coming of Austin, it was actually the second coming of John Cena.

Ever since after Elimination Chamber, Orton's been on one hell of a roll, single-handedly taking out The Nexus and then gaining back-to-back pay-per-view wins against CM Punk.

Two days ago, WWE took Orton's streak to a whole new level, when he beat Christian for the World Heavyweight Championship, three days after Christian won the coveted belt for the first time ever.

Orton's superhuman abilities sort of remind you of somebody else, doesn't it?

Orton's slowly turning into the John Cena of Smackdown and you can deny it at first, but soon enough you'll see exactly what I'm talking about.

According to an exclusive WrestleZone report, Vince McMahon wants to start making Orton the face of Smackdown, like how Cena is the face of Raw.

Sadly, Orton doesn't have the charisma or even the mic skills to be the face of Smackdown and I know that I'm going to get some hate for saying it, but it's the truth.

Orton's better of as a heel, and when fans start hating Orton for "taking" the World Heavyweight Championship from Christian, WWE will realize it.

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