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steroids 10-05-2012 03:13 PM

Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
Ok so i noticed nobody cares for Ryder these days, and it is easy to point at WWE booking for the blame, the guy jobbed to everyone! but maybe it was his own fault? his youtube vlog went stale as did his catch phrases, his character didnt evolve and got boring fast..

woo woo woo.. you know it ;-)

Green Light 10-05-2012 03:15 PM

Re: Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
Kane, Eve, Cena, but mostly :vince

Eclairal 10-05-2012 03:17 PM

Re: Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
Are you serious ( bro) ? He is steal popular, not like ebfore but there is still some people who cheers for him. It wasn't his fault, it was WWE's fault and lol at your argument. Seriously, did you know many people in the WWE right now who evolve or change their catchphrase ?

new_year_new_start 10-05-2012 03:21 PM

Re: Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
It's not his fault he's got stale, it just happens. A lot of people on here have stopped marking for him, you can't blame that on him being jobbed out/not on TV because he was being jobbed out/not on TV when he started getting over.

Choke2Death 10-05-2012 03:24 PM

Re: Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
The blame is on both him and WWE. Ryder because he's a one-trick pony that gets annoying fast (at least with this gimmick) and WWE for intentionally burying him. I gotta say I still laugh every time Alberto makes him tap out in under one minute every other week.

TempestH 10-05-2012 03:43 PM

Re: Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
They should've been pushing other midcarders so that Ryder would have people to feud with instead of sticking him with main eventers where he's obviously outmatched.

Curry 10-05-2012 03:47 PM

Re: Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
A mix of his gimmick getting stale, him no longer being the underdog after he won the U.S. title and poor booking with the Kane/cena storyline.

x78 10-05-2012 03:49 PM

Re: Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
Creative for pairing him with Cena, who proceeded to suck all the life and appeal out of him.

Shazayum 10-05-2012 03:55 PM

Re: Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Choke2Death (Post 12098368)
The blame is on both him and WWE. Ryder because he's a one-trick pony that gets annoying fast (at least with this gimmick) and WWE for intentionally burying him. I gotta say I still laugh every time Alberto makes him tap out in under one minute every other week.

Came in to gave this response.

DegenerateXX 10-05-2012 03:56 PM

Re: Who is to blame for the end of Ryder Revolution
 
Honestly, I think it's just a case of them pushing him too soon. Ryder really wanted to be a somebody, so he worked to get noticed the best way he felt he could. And they did reward him for it with a few months of hype leading up to his United States Championship capture. Too bad it lasted a mere month, but it's something.

I think they want him and they see some potential in him. It's just in today's WWE it's the norm for the guys to actually spend time building his way up before being given a push, even if they have all the talents. He proved he has some level of charisma, but he might be too green in the ring. That seems to be what holds back a lot of guys, as Jericho said in that interview.

Why they decided to keep him off of TV altogether for months this year made little sense to me, but he's been on pretty regularly now. Which just proves he hasn't been "buried" like all the marks think. He's in much better shape than the Superstars jobbers.


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