1)I have only just begun watching Battleground 2015, (as I'm still catching up with things I missed between 2014-late 2015). So the first match is Randy Orton vs Sheamus and Orton's entrance is second. Thunderous ovation, bordering on effusive and unrestrained. I haven't heard such a loud pop/applause in years. Most recently, I hear Dean Ambrose getting quite a loud applause on Raw, but nothing like this. And it got me thinking. 2)Here is this wrestler whom I had perceived as "okay, no big deal" for the last few years, on account of the "Randy Orton is awesome, so what?" state of mind that a lot of us here have been in, for years now. That's what happens due to overexposure. Nevertheless, I realized while watching that entrance and the match overall- how amazing Randy really is, dude is awesome in the ring, and contrary to popular IWC belief/opinion, has a lot of personality, even as face. His versatility throughout his career recurred to me- as the legend killer, his smirks and laughs as a face, his viciousness as the viper...I can only emphasize that Randy Orton is a once in a lifetime superstar, an awesome one. We're privileged, or at least should feel so, (like how we feel for the Rock, Kurt Angle, Sting, Shawn Michaels, and so on), as long as we get to see him. 3)Jack-Hammer has pointed out in numerous threads, as have I, in concord, that the thing about Randy Orton is that he has done it all already at age 33(35 now? )..the RR win, the Wrestlemania mainevents, the 13 world championships, MITB win, alignment with The Authority, Legacy, tag titles,...IC title. But I realized that unlike Sheamus, none of it seems(to me at least) as overachievement. He has mostly excelled at everything, put people over, and shined when allowed to. I say unlike Sheamus, because like OYDK pointed out in the recent thread on Sheamus- he comes across as a guy who has tremendously overachieved in his career within just 5 years, and to me, Sheamus never even seemed like a legitimate maineventer. But digressions apart, everything about Randy Orton's career has been memorable. He might have failed at a few things(like Legacy, since Cody never quite benefited from it/him, and Ted Deb, who was never talented enough in the first place decided to "quit" the WWE), but even that is debatable, IMO. 4)Finally, what I feel is that Randy still has a lot to offer, upon his return. Not only is he the only other wrestler other than John Cena whose mere presence screams superstardom..but still has to offer a lot of wonderful feuds, and who knows, even a year or so with him being the focal point of Raw as the WWE WHC, heel or face (regardless of the argument of whether he should be so or not). a)Feud with Kevin Owens. b)Extended feud with Seth Rollins- ironman matches, HIAC or steel cage, and so on. c)Feud with Brock Lesnar. d)Feud with Cesaro, provided that Cesaro succeeds in becoming more than just a Swiss Superman and the God of Athleticism, basically, gives us something like a character to make us care about him. (Like how Edge had the Rated-R superstar thing). I can't think of anything else right now, but he should certainly NEVER feud with Sheamus, The Miz, or Alberto "godforsaken" Del Rio again. Or maybe he should, with Del Rio.