08/22/2016 07:21:44 AM
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Brock Lesnar and Rany Orton. Fifteen years in the making. And after their first ever tussle in that SmackDown episode, things have shifted to a higher new gear. Barely a decade after becoming the youngest champions in the WWE, here they are: one is a former heavyweight champ in both WWE and UFC, the one they called the most decorated athlete in combat sports history; and another one is a hardworking star veteran in the WWE, earning both the WWE and World Heavyweight titles for 12 times.
Perhaps the announcement came in shocker as Brock Lesnar was set to return in the WWE ring for the first time since WrestleMania. Plus, the busy schedule this guy have – a one-time show at UFC 200 against Mark Hunt, a result that could have gone better if not for the controversial post-drug result which jeopardized him and the two firm he has been serving with.
And it's kinda fluke if Randy Orton returns to the squared circle after nine months – longer than anyone else in the recent wave of injured superstars – only to lose by either a hairline or (worse) by being decimated-like fashion.
But with the recent controversy regarding Lesnar's allegedly viciolation, looked like this should prompt Orton to get the victory. This isn't just another thing on making SmackDown the dominating brand in the competition right now. But rather, a serious statement that the WWE, though not sanctioning Lesnar, would make themselves pay for earning a bad rep.
So, yes I am calling it for Orton, people!
Author: slickmaster | © 2016 september twenty-eight productions