Former WWE writer reveals a big issue with The Fiend and Randy Orton's feud



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Former WWE writer reveals a big issue with The Fiend and Randy Orton's feud

During the latest episode of Monday Night Raw in the episode finale, we witnessed yet another segment with mental games regarding The Legend Killer Randy Orton and the WWE Demon The Fiend who intervened through his 'adept' Alexa Bliss.

A Raw match was initially scheduled for a match valid for the WWE Championship between Drew McIntyre and Randy Orton, but the WWE Champion testing Covid-19 positive upset all the plans of the WWE forced to review the situation and replace The Scottish Psychopath with the sensational return in the Triple H ring.

The latter intervened to challenge Orton after his verbal attack on the WWE Legends, but the match was interrupted by the intervention of Alexa Bliss who hit with a real fireball. In this spectacular and 'absurd' final the red show ended.

Randy Orton got hit with a fireball on WWE RAW

In the latest episode of SK Wrestling's Legion of Raw, former writer Vince Russo talked about how the red show ended by criticizing the finale and the segment involving Randy Orton and The Fiend, this time represented by Alexa Bliss.

Russo theorized the segment stating that if Randy Orton 'burned alive' The Fiend in TLC's Pay per View now the Demon, now absent from TV screens for about 3-4 weeks, and clearly returned under the guidance of Alexa Bliss, he should not have answered.

with more fire but physically attacking his strong opponent to the jugular. Here are Russo's words: "The only thing I don't like about this whole thing and that actually almost bothers me is the ending. If the Fiend is thrown back in flames by Orton at TLC and let's say it was the Legend Killer who won the psychological games, pass 3 -4 weeks and don't recover from the same thing again by sending Alexa with a fireball.

The Fiend character helped by Alexa should physically attack Orton, I think he should get to do that." Randy Orton faced Triple H in the main event of WWE RAW last night. Orton was supposed to face Drew McIntyre but the WWE Champion tested positive for COVID-19 and was replaced by The Game.

At one point in the match, Triple H brought a sledgehammer into the ring but it suddenly caught on fire as the lights went out. Alexa Bliss then appeared in the ring. As Orton slowly paced towards her, she hit him in the face with a fireball that seemingly left Orton temporarily blinded.