WWE News: Potential WrestleMania Matches for Ryback Revealed

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WWE News: Potential WrestleMania Matches for Ryback Revealed
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With WrestleMania season upon us, fans are eager to find out who their favorite star will be facing and what type of match he or she will be involved in.

That being said, it appears Ryback has some options ahead for "The Grandaddy of Them All," as PWInsider.com (via WrestlingInc.com) reports:

WWE officials continue to discuss Ryback vs. Big Show for WrestleMania 29. They are also talking about doing a Money in the Bank Ladder Match at WrestleMania with Ryback in it.

To me, Ryback stands to gain more credibility by taking on Big Show. I know it may sound crazy, but keep in mind, Show is a proven veteran with a storied resume. So, having him as an opponent on the grandest stage that the WWE offers, would be huge for the up-and-comer.

Not to mention, a clean win over Show could propel Ryback into a legit main-eventer. Let's face it, even though Ryback has been handed several shots at the WWE title, most of them lacked any credibility. Overall, with the exception of Hell in a Cell, there was never a time that fans thought Ryback could walk away as WWE champ.

So, seeing him victorious over the Big Show at WrestleMania, could set the stage for a real shot at main-event gold.

Don't get me wrong, I am not against a Money in the Bank Ladder Match at 'Mania, I am just against Ryback partaking in it. As, he still has some work to do in order to prove that he is even worthy of a World title shot.

Keep in mind, even though Ryback has a lot of steam right now, he really hasn't beaten any noteworthy stars. Most times, he is either losing to a proven star or destroying a lower mid card guy.

In the end, the WWE needs to figure out what they are doing with the Ryback character. Ultimately, he has a ton of potential, but if he is not utilized properly, he could find himself stuck in mid-card hell.

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