Undergoing a gimmick change.
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Re: What's left for guys like Punk, Cena and to a lesser extent, Orton?
He has got plenty. He still needs to headline Wrestlemania and win a Royal Rumble. He's only had two memorable feuds during his entire time in the company too, against Jeff Hardy and John Cena, apart from that they're all fodder. He could take on the Undertaker at Wrestlemania before his time is up too, although there is 0% chance of him winning.
Again he has a lot he can do, but it all requires change. He desperately needs a heel run before he retires, which should come sooner rather than later. I'd also like to see him take on The Undertaker at next years Wrestlemania, which would be the perfect catalyst for said heel turn. And he needs a feud with the next top guy, whoever that may be.
Orton has fallen from the graces of being a top guy to an upper mid card act at best. I believe this could change if he was repackaged as a heel and put back onto primarily Raw again. I wouldn't mind seeing him lead a stable (as long as it's handled better than The Legacy were) and have some decent back and forths with up-and-comers. He's the youngest of the three, yet unfortunately has the least left to really do.
Edit: I also love the power-trip idea that someone through out, with any combination of the three of these guys, would be epic.
Last edited by Poppin' Fresh; 01-04-2013 at 08:17 PM.