Re: Randy Orton's gimmick isn't for sell.
I think that if Orton was to be the top face of the company, WWE would need to move towards a more adult orientated style of wrestling again. Orton doesn't appeal to the little children in the same way that Cena does.
Also, what does "isn't for sell" mean? Those words, in that order, don't make sense. Do you mean "isn't for sale", like you can't buy it, or "it won't sell", like nobody would want to buy it?
Last edited by the modern myth; 08-02-2010 at 10:48 AM.