Originally Posted by Headliner
Goldberg's intensity was through the roof. Plus he had that aura about him and his power moves looked sick. Ryback's intensity seems forced, he doesn't have that aura, and he doesn't have any sick power moves with the exception of that powerbomb he did on Punk a few months back.
Very good point the problem with Ryback is he is being shoved into the public. A star is best to flourish on its own and be recognized. CM Punk was started to hit the big picture I believe 2011 and got hot on the segment that he would quit and uncovering the WWE etc. As for Ryback he comes and beats a bunch of jobbers and than gets a title shot without building a reputable scenario. Its just Ryback at he moment doesn't have the "it" factor which Goldberg (I didn't see him in WCW) when he hit the WWE he just had it in him he was a threat and wasn't forced he made an impact.