Apr. 29, 2011, Randy Orton became a part of the SmackDown roster once again.
On his first night, he main evented the show. One week later, he would capture the WHC, much to the chagrin of the WWE Universe and IWC.
It was believed from that point forward Orton would be in firm control of the SmackDown brand.
He would have a good run as champion and have some great matches with Christian along the way.
Once he finished the feud and had gained back the title again, it seemed that we were in for a long reign by the Viper.
During this time, though, a number of stars were emerging.
Each star was growing from humble beginnings into something entertaining.
Without a single main event feud, Mark Henry and Sheamus basically threw themselves onto the topmost echelon of SmackDown stars.
No one saw it coming until this men were right in front of us.
Now, it is obvious that Randy Orton is not the whole spotlight on SmackDown. Let's look at the seven reasons this has become more and more true.