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Mason Ryan Makes a Huge Impact in His WWE Raw Debut

Photo courtesy of wrestling.insidepulse.com
Photo courtesy of wrestling.insidepulse.com
Jeff LangridgeCorrespondent IIIOctober 30, 2016

Tonight on Raw, Mason Ryan made his long awaited debut.

During the match between John Cena and CM Punk, Ryan came into the ring, got onto the apron, distracting Cena.

Punk then got rid of Cena and allowed himself to be kicked by Ryan, causing a disqualification. This brought the rest of Nexus out.

Ryan put his finisher on Cena, which is basically the same as David Otunga's and Vladimir Kozlov's, except he lays out as he's finishing it.

Punk then got up and stood in front of Ryan, backed by Nexus. Ryan then got down on one knee and stuck his arm out, allowing Punk to put a Nexus armband on it.

Ryan, the current and FCW champion since July, has been rumored to be called up for a couple of months now. He stands at 6'6" and around 280 pounds.

Not only does the behemoth look freakishly like Batista, it is rumored that WWE is going to give him a push similar to Batista's original push.

Saying that, I am going to go on record now and say that Mason Ryan will will win the 2012 Royal Rumble and go onto defeat CM Punk at Wrestlemania 28.

But back to this year, Ryan has definitely thrown a wrench into the Nexus-John Cena  feud.

I wouldn't be surprised to see Ryan enter the 2011 Royal Rumble and last as long as the final six, but only if Punk is in there as well.

Expect big things from Mason Ryan, this man could surpass what Batista did in WWE—and possibly in a shorter amount of time.

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