I am REALLY looking forward to this match. They have had great matches together, and show great chemistry in the ring. I like both of these guys, and I think that they are both great workers. Although, to be honest, I think that Orton was getting slightly stale on RAW, and I like the move to SmackDown.
And to go along with everyone else's thoughts about Christian's impending heel turn, well...I don't think it's happening. Orton is going to be the heel. Anyone else notice the beard growing out? We know Orton much prefers to be a heel, and I'm sure he has enough say to get this switch done. He has been showing signs of a turn for weeks now, and I think it is only a matter of time before it happens.
I'm going to be my own devil's advocate here though just to raise some thought. A Christian heel turn wouldn't be that unusual though either. I can see Orton taking the title and then next Friday (Tuesday) on SmackDown, Christian comes out, talking about living in Edge's shadow, and basically saying it's time he made a name for himself in singles competition. But I don't see this as likely as Orton turning heel, as WWE knows people will be just as into Orton as a heel as they will as a face.
I look for this match to be Match of the Night.
For some reason, the WWE has been looking for new ways to have the RKO strike out of nowhere, which is kind of cool because the move is capable of doing that. Look for the RKO to hit as a reversal of the Killswitch, or something creative, and look for Orton to pick up the win.
Winner and STILL World Heavyweight Champion: Randy Orton