By Ryan Clark | August 31, 2008
Randy Orton came to the ring to kick off the show. No pyros to open the show as Orton gets on the mic. He says that he is still injured and that Beth Phoenix, Santino Marella, Cody Rhodes, and Ted DiBiase hurt Raw. He said that CM Punk disgraces the World Heavyweight Championship belt as well. He says that Beth is embarrassing herself and he could beat Santino. Orton says that DiBiase and Rhodes aren't priceless but worthless. He says that he would love to take the belt from CM Punk tonight but he is not medically cleared. CM Punk hits the ring and says that Orton is jealous of him but he cannot worry about him tonight because he has a Battle Royal later in the show.
Orton leaves only for JBL to come out and tell Punk that he is going to win the World Heavyweight Championship at Unforgiven.
He basically says he's still injured and when he returns, it's on. Don't think that the motorcycle accident wasn't real just because he returned tonight. It was a one shot deal as they were in his hometown.
This will air tomorrow night on RAW.
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