Getting ignored by SCOTT STEINER
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Re: The Ryback haters are so thick headed.
It's in my opinion that someone isn't pushed unless they manage to go over someone in a meaningful way. Sure, Ryback is defeating Jobbers, who doesn't? It feels to me that since Ryback started appearing on RAW, creative got lazier which resulted in the last two Ryback matches. I can see why they would want to put him on RAW (Which routinely is enough to prove that not all his chants are piped), but without doing anything new, he he might as well just be heading toward another stretch of repetition.
They should be able to easily come up with different angles for the people he's defeating, I'd like to see someone get physically dominated one week, then next week petition a rematch, maybe a street fight or no DQ so the said jobber can use weapons to try and wear down Ryback where their own skills/strength falter.
Just a thought.
On the second thought, last WWE dropped the ball on a potentially good angle. Alright if we look at Superstars last week, it was implied that Jinder Mahal still believed he would hand Ryback his first loss. What they should have done was go ahead with the NoC event Ryback vs The Miz, and after a good 7 minutes, have Jinder come in and give Ryback the win via DQ, which as we know the title does not trade hands from DQ.
Depending on how they are going to play Miz, could lead to a double team, but either way more interesting than what they did last night.