It'd be easy to blame it on Tensai. A REAL powerhouse like Goldberg or Lesnar would have got Tensai up with ease regardless, especially after two attempts, and this isn't the first Ryback strength fail. He's big but he's nowhere near as naturally powerful as a Goldberg or Lesnar.
I agree with this.
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Ryback has proved he can do his finisher on a guy like Tensai, having said that he has also proved he can't do it consistantly. Whether you like Ryback or not, this has seriously hurt his credibility in my opinion as a powerhouse wrestler, when all you have is your look and strength, something like this does damage your image. I do not believe this is Tensai's fault either, it was simply Ryback either lifting Tensai wrong or not having the strength on this given night to perform the move on him.
When he lifted Tensai on Smackdown Tensai didn't even go on his tip toes he just leans over better so Ryback can get the weight across better, he also hangs on with his other hand, was in the more helping mood. On Raw Tensai doesn't lean over as much and seems to stiffen up and stand up instead of leaning over, all his weight is on Ryback's one side so he can't get under him to control his center. Still impressive compared to all these other videos where you can see the other wrestler is bending knees or jumping and helping stabilize in the air.
Wasn't a big deal at all. He got a huge reaction when he came out the second time. It was probably Tensai's fault as Ryback already did it to him perfectly on SD. You can find a lot of power wrestlers in these situations, they're performers but still human, it's happening.