WWE: Ryback, Tensai and How Squash Matches Can Be Made Interesting

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WWE: Ryback, Tensai and How Squash Matches Can Be Made Interesting
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"Shut up, Cole! I am looking forward to this debut."

"I think the entire WWE Universe has been waiting for this moment, Lawler. In fact, he is the No. 1 topic trending worldwide on Twitter."

"I do not envy that kid in the ring right now."

And so it begins. As the local wrestler in the ring paces nervously, the theme of the newly debuting (or repackaged and re-debuting) superstar plays. Slowly, he makes an entrance to the ring, which his opponent has already vacated. He looks at the crowd, then at the scrawny opponent, who timidly makes his way back to the ring. The bell rings.

The young jobber initially looks intimidated. Then, he runs at full speed at the larger opponent. Bam! A shoulderblock knocks the jobber down. Then, after less than 60 seconds and three powerful moves, the bell rings again.

Another squash match ends.

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