Monday, July 22, 2013

Age of Orton

For some strange reason, Trenton is Cena country. It is the only place where I've witnessed the cheers overpowering the boos so it appears there are none.

Last weekend was no different, but a new Trenton fan favorite may have been born.

Randy Orton hasn't exactly gotten a great amount of respect from the fans for the past few months. Granted, much of it was because of poor booking-- fans just didn't see a reason to be interested in the competition.

Randy Orton does one last pose after his match at the
Sun Center in Trenton on July 13, 2013.
But, in Trenton the night before Money in the Bank, fans not only cheered for Orton, but they started a chant to get him in the six-man tag match. WWE played to the crowd's love, as did Orton, by letting him soak it in with two end of match music ovations.

The next night, he won the Money in the Bank match. Did the reaction from Trenton determine his fate in that match?

One thing is for certain- on Raw, when John Cena asked the fans who he should face at SummerSlam, the love for Orton was minimal. The fan love was overwhelming for Daniel Bryan instead. Now, Orton and Bryan have had some friendly issues, so I wouldn't be surprised if this turns into a typical Triple Threat match for Cena at SummerSlam.

But, if the love is still lost for Orton tonight, what does that mean about Trenton? Is this just one thing that Trenton made (possibly) that the world is not taking?


Anonymous Charlene said...


August 21, 2013 at 8:46 AM 

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