who does he put over? he got henry over with the crowd by dropping the belt. orton didnt do shit for cody. worked a few matches beat the crap out of him with a ring bell never lost a match with any stakes like ic belt or #1 contenders. orton workin with some mid card cuz the main event is clogged isnt getting someone over. check the differences how rey worked their feud after injuring cody and the lazy way orton finished it off after gashing him in the head. all that heat cody drawing is still from that good run he had with mysterio
Orton is not on cena's level when it come's t superiority, there was never a moment when I was watching the Cody and Orton feud, Cody did not look like an equal, and Cody did get a win during their feud and came out of it looking like a WHC. The fact that Henry went over him twice and I credit Henry for being great but Orton still put him over in their matches is a plus. Wade and Cody beat Orton at Survivor Series Clean what's your point, Orton also lost to Ziggler this monday, he has done a good job working with many young guys. Orton has been one of the most consistent in ring workers this year and has been pulling out great matches day in since moving to smackdown.
The Heat Cody is getting is not just from Mysterio (though its obviously helped him), Cody has earned a lot of that making way by him-self. The way Cody has evolved has been incredible. From debuting looking like a nobody to now evolving into a future WHC and one of the top heels is impressive.
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WWE.com announced Monday that former Raw ring announcer Lilian Garcia is returning to the organization.
Returning to WWE full-time after a more than two-year hiatus, she will be SmackDown's new ring announcer. It's her first time joining WWE's Friday night brand.
"I am here to tell you that I am back baby! This is awesome. I am actually back in the WWE. I'm going to be announcing SmackDown full-time," she tells WWE.com in an interview at tonight's Raw SuperShow in Tampa, Florida.
"I've been doing a lot, I got married since I left. I actually relocated from New York City to L.A. I have been recording—I've never stopped singing. I've been recording, got some new songs coming out, got a video coming out next week, so that's exciting, I missed it though. No matter how much I did other things, I always missed this.
"I've continuously watched it and there was a time there that it was hard for me to actually watch it—I did have to step away a little bit just because I missed it. I would it watch it, and nostalgia, and I'd tear up and I'm like, 'No, you did the right thing, you did the right thing' and then no matter how much I tried to step away from it, it always like draw you in (laughs). It gets in your blood!"
She continues, "I'm excited about everything. I'm excited about singing again on the show, that's going to be awesome, singing the national anthem again and every other opportunity that comes up with that. Oh my gosh, I miss the fans, so, so much. I miss you. And then the Superstars. Working with the Superstars was so incredible, I said it when I gave my goodbye speech, they are the best athletes in the world, so being back here, watching them, best seat in the house, is really terrific and it's just so exciting and all the crew, everybody, behind the scenes, it's just a great energy."