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Randy Orton wants The Bloodline, gets The Judgment Day first

We didn’t have to wait long to hear from Randy Orton on Monday Night Raw in Nashville this week, as he opened the show with a microphone in his hand and a few words to say about his big return at Survivor Series.

He made clear he was doing a favor for a friend, sure, but also he really wanted to wrestle in a War Games match before his career ends. But for however long he can go, he’s going to keep doing his thing.

To the important matters, he’s got a lot of receipts for The Bloodline, and he means every single member. The implication was clear — he’s coming for Jey Uso at some point or another.

Having said that, Jey actually went to him directly and apologized for his part in taking Orton out. For what it’s worth, Orton claimed they’re good, having seen Jey do right by everyone since coming over to Raw.

Before Orton can get after The Bloodline, however, he’s going to have to deal with The Judgment Day, whose presence looms large over everything on the red brand. Rhea Ripley arrived with a warning, Orton was defiant as usual, and it eventually led to a match against Dominik Mysterio being made for later in the evening.

Orton won that match clean, despite interference from JD McDonagh. It was a good time. Will there be more to come with JD? That’s been the pattern.

We’ll see.

Anyway, here are all the videos from Raw this week:

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