WWE: Want More Ryder? Here's a Solution to the Lack of Zack

Anthony Rizzuti@@Anthony_RizzutiSenior Analyst IIISeptember 25, 2011

There's no question that the WWE Universe can't get enough of Zack Ryder. Long Island Iced Z has captured the attention of the both older and kiddy fans alike. Hell, even the IWC and its Internet nerds are behind the ever growing phenomena that is Zack Ryder.

However, the creative team's questionable handling of Ryder has had us all up in arms of late. First, we get virtually no Ryder. We would see him in silly backstage promos as comic relief. Then as Ryder's popularity rose, the company decided to give him a little exposure.

We've recently seen him work a few matches on Raw with the likes of Jerry Lawler and Dolph Ziggler. However, these matches surmounted to basically nothing and do not feed into any type of storyline for Zack. Now he's working as Teddy Long's errand boy on SmackDown!

So what should the writers do with Zack Ryder?

Well, here's my solution...

Team up Zack Ryder with his former tag team partner, Curt Hawkins, to form the most charismatic duo in the company today...The Broskis!

Creative should form Hawkins into a fellow broski of Ryder's. Pairing Ryder and Hawkins would solve a number of problems. For one, it provides Zack Ryder, and even Curt Hawkins, with a legitimate reason for television time.

No longer will Long Island Iced Z come out as a "special" selection of a 60-year-old wrestler or an actor trying to plug his film. Since they would be a tag team, they would have a reason to be booked on the card.

Secondly, it bulks up a tag division that looks to be on the rise. Ever since the Kingston-Bourne team won the gold, the tag division may suddenly be revived. The Broskis (Ryder and Hawkins) would be an incredible addition to the already existent teams in Air Boom, Otunga and McGillicutty and the Usos.

And lastly, Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins have been working together for quite some time. Prior to their teaming in the WWE, they were a duo in New York Wrestling Connection from 2004 to 2006. They know each other well and would definitely complement each other in the ring. 

So to wrap it up, the WWE should pair Zack Ryder and Curt Hawkins to form The Broskis. It gives deserving TV time to both men, it adds to their tag tea division, and it would fix our lack of Zack. 

And sorry, I have to do this...Woo woo woo, you know it!