WWE's Zack Ryder: What Does His Latest RAW Appearance Mean?

Charlie GSenior Writer IJuly 5, 2011

Z! True Long Island Story: Your host, WWE Internet Champion: Zack Ryder
Z! True Long Island Story: Your host, WWE Internet Champion: Zack Ryder

After checking out some RAW results on wwe.com (I missed about an hour because I was playing with fireworks) I noticed something strange about the results.

Something strange was written about the tag team match between New Nexus and Santino and Kozlov.

As you may know by now, IWC golden boy Zack Ryder appeared after the match just to say his famous (among the IWC) catchphrase: Woo Woo Woo, You Know It.

WWE.com apparently saw this as a threat by Ryder.

WWE.com says, "Speaking of oddballs, The New Nexus’ victory celebration was cut short by Long Island Iced Z himself, Zack Ryder. The self-proclaimed “Internet Champion” left Otunga & McGillicutty with a cryptic warning as only he can deliver: “Woo woo woo, you know it.” Just what are they supposed to know?"

Ryder's catchphrase is seen as a cryptic message?

Over the past few weeks, Ryder has reformed a tag team with former partner, Curt Hawkins.

Hawkins and Ryder debuted together on ECW as The Major Brothers. The duo would be followers of World Heavyweight Champion at the time, Edge, and even capture the tag team titles.


Hawkins and Ryder were split up via draft.

Recently, however, they have reformed a team called, "The Major Broskis" on WWE's internet show, Superstars.

If WWE calls Ryder's catchphrase a cryptic message to the current WWE Tag Team Champions, then maybe there's a feud about to kick off.

New Nexus vs. Major Broskis for the WWE Tag Team title.

It's no secret that the fans want Ryder on TV. Just listen to his reactions and look at all the Ryder signs in the crowd.

WWE may finally give in and put Ryder on TV more often.

I, for one, would love to see Hawkins and Ryder win tag team gold on RAW. They have the past experience and one of them (Ryder) is extremely popular with the fans. 

Ryder and Hawkins would certainly make better champions than McGillicutty and Otunga.

Again, the way WWE recalls Ryder delivering a "cryptic message" to the current WWE Tag Team Champions and the fact that Ryder is one half of The Major Broskis, it all adds up perfectly.

Soon enough, Zack Ryder will be the WWE Internet Champion and WWE Tag Team Champion.

Woo woo woo, you know it, I know it and the WWE knows it.

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