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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.
CM Punk holds world title for over 250 days. [X]
Zack Ryder wins another title. 
John Morrison comes back OR he reaches one million Facebook likes. [X]
Triple H vs Lesnar happens. [X]
Wade Barrett, Rey Mysterio, or Christian return. [X]
Cena takes time off.