What do you lot think about him, do you feel he will be given the push to become successful as other big guys (such as Batista) or will he just become a show pony for the WWE?
His intensity is awesome, something that I really like. Before I found out what an ******* he was, Batista was my favourite wrestler just because of his presence. Admittedly, his wrestling was pretty poor, but he knew what his job was.
Does anyone know about Rybacks wrestling, whether he has the skills to perform at a high level, or is he just another muscle head such as Mason Ryan
Batista's poor wrestling
Thread is disregarding his Nexus stint by the way, as just like Lord Tensai the WWE have decided that previous appearances do not count and that we all don't recognise wrestlers due to their new name.
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i hate his little arm swinging thing he does after he wins -- looks like a small child having a temper tantrum / bushwhackers walk thing. if he did it like, say, three times, that'd be okay, but he does it like 9 ****ing times. chill with that stuff, dude.WOOOO!
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Looks like Angle on roids in that outfit, but kinda suits him, I have never seen "Ryback" wrestle, and I don't remember much of Skip wrestling so i dont know, if he has the skills then he needs to work his way up slowly, I would not want to see a bunch of squash matches, I would love to see a bunch of great matches where he can improve. then a few squash matches to solidify his gimmick if his gimmick is a Monster or Big Guy.
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04-25-2012, 11:23 PM #23
A year from now he'll be jobbing to a big muscular dude just like himself. There's always the next Ryback. These guys hardly ever pan out.
Honestly don't see anything special in him. He wrestles stiff so the moves look good, but other than that he's very bland and lame.
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Not sure if people have done a bit of research on Ryback but he is supposed to essentially be booked as a machine. Hence the stupid ****ing arm pumping like a robot. I like the guy, he cuts a good promo, from what I saw watching FCW and even some of NXT he moves good for a big guy. They need to change his finisher at the moment because it doesn't seem very devastating, personally I'd like to see him use a clothesline or something, he used some sort of clothesline/lariat as Skip if I'm not mistaken.
They need to put him over like they did Kane upon debut. He was a believable monster not because he crushed everybody, but he was seemingly indestructible. Surviving a house fire was a key piece of background information but I'm more so referring to the traits of getting hit and no of selling or at least acting like it didn't really effect him, of course the mask helped with this but still. From that to the Taker/Kane sit ups all the way to having Taker deliver three tombstones to beat him at Wrestlemania. You believed that there was nothing that people could do to stop him. Feeding him nobodies, or even jobbers isn't going to put him or anybody else over. They need to put him against some formidable opponents and still have him come out on top.
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