WWE Character Turns: Ryback's Heel Turn and Its Potential Success

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WWE Character Turns: Ryback's Heel Turn and Its Potential Success
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Since WrestleMania, there’s been a noticeable amount of character turns in the WWE.

A number of the company’s top stars have seen their gimmicks altered in some way or another, and in this series we have already discussed the turns of both CM Punk and Curtis Axel.

Today, we take a look at the man who began this trend in the first place; Ryback.

Since his re-debut last April, the man formerly known as Skip Sheffield has endured a rather tumultuous time in the WWE.

He has featured prominently in the WWE Championship picture over the last nine months and finished as the runner-up in the 2013 Royal Rumble; though rather contrastingly, he has now managed to appear at eight successive pay-per-views without recording a single victory.

The monster face push was soon allowed to fizzle out, prompting a heel turn roughly two and a half months ago on Raw—the success of which we will now assess.

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