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post #21 of 31 (permalink) Old 09-12-2012, 05:47 PM
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Re: Is it time for Orton to turn heel?

Yes, it is. The guy's so much better as a heel.

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Obvi.

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Re: Is it time for Orton to turn heel?

Yes it is, he hasnt done anything relevant as a face for months now and justs seems to be having fueds for the sake of having them. he needs to freshen up.
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Re: Is it time for Orton to turn heel?

Turning someone heel isn't the answer to everything and besides Orton is much more boring as heel if he goes back to his 2009 gimmick.
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i like him as a face, dont know why. oh yeah and i still remember his 2004 face run...epic fail!
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Re: Is it time for Orton to turn heel?

For the love of God no. I don't want to see him as the top heel, stealing other people's opportunities.



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Re: Is it time for Orton to turn heel?

Heel Orton is better, but that wouldn't be the solution. There are plenty of heels on the Smackdown roster, hell, I mean the "roster". All that would accomplish is a cheap feud with Sheamus. Unless Orton won, who would he work with? Alex Riley? Ryback? Sin Cara? Maybe towards Wrestlemania I can see it, just not in the near future. Then again, I'm sure some would love to see Orton vs Ryback, etc.
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Heel Orton is better, but that wouldn't be the solution. There are plenty of heels on the Smackdown roster, hell, I mean the "roster". All that would accomplish is a cheap feud with Sheamus. Unless Orton won, who would he work with? Alex Riley? Ryback? Sin Cara? Maybe towards Wrestlemania I can see it, just not in the near future. Then again, I'm sure some would love to see Orton vs Ryback, etc.


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Re: Is it time for Orton to turn heel?

You know, if they let him "turn heel," they might actually make a solid face out of him. Of course then they'll have him turn face and completely kill that momentum.

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Re: Is it time for Orton to turn heel?

Yes. And it's obvious even the IWC misses the hell out of Heel Orton. The amount of threads that has been made is ridiculous.


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