WWE News: Latest on WWE Editing Most Recent Episode of Zack Ryder's YouTube Show

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It seems as though that Zack Ryder’s “Ryder Revolution” might be losing a bit of steam with the WWE going in after the company severely edited the most recent edition of “Z!: True Long Island Story.”

In the video, Ryder spoke about the meeting the WWE has with all of its superstars about stepping up their performance to get over with the fans and try to grab the elusive brass ring each year after WrestleMania.

Following what Ryder had to say about no meeting of that kind this year, we were shown highlights of Ryder being attacked by Kane over the past several months in a roundabout way of Ryder saying the WWE has not given him a true push and is holding him back.

Over the past 62 episodes of the hit YouTube show, this week’s episode was very short show at three minutes and 36 second whereas older episodes usually hit the five-minute mark with ease since debuting in February of 2011.

With the extremely short episode, Ryder didn’t have anything good to say about the show this week on his official Twitter account.

Before the latest edition of Ryder’s web show, the former United States Champion said that he would debut a new catchphrase to go along with his ever-popular “Woo, Woo, Woo” but there was no sight of it during the video.

Personally, it would be great to see the WWE figure out if they want Ryder to be a star or a jobber in the company instead of having get a big win one week then getting squashed the next week.

After the WWE seemingly edited away a chunk of this week’s YouTube video and he was once again squashed by Kane last Monday on Raw SuperShow, where do you see Zack Ryder going from here? 

Chris Humphrey is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. Become his fan on Facebook or follow him on Twitter @_CBH_.

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