— Randy Orton is still advertised for tomorrow’s house show in Salt Lake City, Utah as well as Sunday’s house show in Huntington, West Virginia. The current advertised cards have Orton teaming with Daniel Bryan against Kane and Seth Rollins. Orton has been getting pulled from shows that he was promoted for in the past month so WWE can bring him back when they are ready creatively.
Orton is also currently advertised for the February 16th RAW in Orlando, Florida.
— WWE.com has a new article teasing a breakup of Goldust & Stardust after Stardust walked out on their match last night on SmackDown. The tease is a preview of RAW, and reads as follows:
The last couple weeks have not been kind to Gold & Stardust, as the brothers have found themselves stuck in a frustrating losing streak. In the course of it all, the painted Superstars no longer seem to be on the same page — or even the same galaxy for that matter — inside the squared circle. Both men have shown a puzzling lack of trust in recent contests, with each taking turns forcing themselves into matches with unnecessary tags. But is this new riff nothing more than normal brotherly friction? Or is it the beginning of the end for the former WWE Tag Team Champions?…Whatever is going on, Stardust’s actions Thursday night are likely to only make things worse. Maybe the older, wiser Goldust can get control of what appears to be a sinking ship. But what if The Bizarre One is also fed up? Could we see the veteran Superstar retaliate against his younger sibling’s SmackDown transgression? Or will he pull him back down to earth?
As noted, Goldust vs. Stardust is expected to take place at the WrestleMania 31 pay-per-view but could be bumped up to the Fast Lane pay-per-view. The same goes for the Damien Sandow/The Miz split.