WWE No Way Out 2012: It's Time to Elevate Ryback to Next Level
No more pure squash matches—it's time to see how Ryback works with someone who will be seen on WWE programming the following week.
I'm not saying the CM Punk, Daniel Bryan and Kane match should be a Fatal-Four Way with Ryback added into the mix, but a match with Tyson Kidd or Alex Riley would be nice.
Anything is better than more handicapped crap against the likes of Willard Fillmore and Rutherford Hayes. In case you missed it, those are the two local jobbers Ryback vanquished on Monday Night Raw. Take a look.
I think we get the point: He's really big and really strong. What else you got?
Don't get it twisted. I love the monsters of the WWE, and I don't condemn him for his similarities to Goldberg. Just like any athlete, everyone has their influences. He's had several gimmicks, but this is the one that has taken him the furthest.
How many more squash matches should Ryback have?
Now it's time for WWE Creative to step up the competition. We know Ryback is capable of remarkable feats of strength, but now, we need to see how he reacts and acts in the ring with accomplished stars.
Can he sell opponents moves? Will he have chemistry with guys he has to somewhat put over?
All of these things are important if he's going to be a mega-star. It seems obvious that the WWE is high on him, but they won't be able to hide his deficiencies, assuming there are some, once this prolonged squash period is over.
It's not time for Ryback to be challenged yet, but it's at least time for him to demolish someone we've heard of before.
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