Ryback had the best match of his career and at the best match at the entire Survivor Series PPV....and I'm not even a big Ryback fan!
He was flawless when it came to executing all of his moves and we also saw a few different moves that we didn't know Ryback had in his arsenal. I admit that Cena and Punk made Ryback look really good, but that doesn't take away the fact that Ryback was dominant. He even sold the STF to perfection.
If it was for the interference from Rollins, Ambrose, and Reigns, Ryback would have left Survivor Series 2012 as the WWE Champion. This was Ryback's break-put performance that he needed to prove the doubters wrong, and he did exactly that.
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