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Amos Cochran
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Since: 28.8.09

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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.55
Randy Orton whiffs his finisher!

No he doesn't. He missed it once, in a tag team match in 2004, when Chris Jericho failed to jump along with the flow of the RKO. This madness must end!
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I still blame Randy Orton for having such a shitty version of the Diamond Cutter. DDP hooked his opponent, then dragged them down like a fuckin' man. Randy jumps, reaches, back, and prays the other guy falls down with him. The only thing I like about the RKO is how funny it looks when people remember all they have to do to counter it is step away or avoid his flailing hand.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.20
There was also a match on heat where Orton fucked up his pre-RKO finisher so horribly that Christian (or maybe Lance Storm, he wrestled them back to back but I forget who was first) was so confused that he just stood their, bent over at the waist. In true Orton fashion, he jumped back up and did the exact same move again.
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Since: 8.5.03
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.28
    Originally posted by InVerse
    There was also a match on heat where Orton fucked up his pre-RKO finisher so horribly that Christian (or maybe Lance Storm, he wrestled them back to back but I forget who was first) was so confused that he just stood their, bent over at the waist. In true Orton fashion, he jumped back up and did the exact same move again.


Was that the Play of the Day? The Rube Goldberg leg-to-neck rolling neckbreaker? We hates that move.



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Nah, I think it was the "3.0" neckbreaker that Mike Sanders used to use.



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Since: 21.1.02
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#6 Posted on
Orton's old finisher, the one being referred to in this situation, was indeed the Play of the Day/whatever MVP called it. I remember the series of matches in question with Christian and Lance Storm involved Orton getting hurt at some point, though I don't remember if it was on the botched finisher or not. It did lead to the RNN News Updates, though, so some good came of it.
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.09
    Originally posted by Chumpstain
    Orton's old finisher, the one being referred to in this situation, was indeed the Play of the Day/whatever MVP called it.


The Playmaker. Then they fired Shelton Benjamin, and gave MVP Paydirt. (I don't remember what he renamed that, though.)



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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.28
    Originally posted by CEOIII
      Originally posted by Chumpstain
      Orton's old finisher, the one being referred to in this situation, was indeed the Play of the Day/whatever MVP called it.


    The Playmaker. Then they fired Shelton Benjamin, and gave MVP Paydirt. (I don't remember what he renamed that, though.)


And I think Truth got the Paydirt when MVP walked away.



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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.20

    Orton's old finisher, the one being referred to in this situation, was indeed the Play of the Day/whatever MVP called it.


Wasn't it called the O-Zone when Randy did it?

And have I just missed the rampant "Randy Orton whiffs on his finisher" internet meme?
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Since: 23.6.10
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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.77
    Originally posted by Joe_G

      Orton's old finisher, the one being referred to in this situation, was indeed the Play of the Day/whatever MVP called it.


    Wasn't it called the O-Zone when Randy did it?

    And have I just missed the rampant "Randy Orton whiffs on his finisher" internet meme?


It may have been a couple years ago, but I havent heard it lately.
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