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Re: Oh Dear Ryback... [the botches]

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The only people that give half a shit about Ryback not managing to hit his finisher on Tensai last night are right here on this thread. Elsewhere, millions of wrestling fans worldwide give no fucks and have forgotten it already. Next week he will still be getting more and more over.
Preach!

I really like the guy; he has a bit of charisma that is pretty rare in a big guy and he hits his big moves is such a badass way. Not usually my type of wrestler at all (My favourites are Punk, Ziggler and Bryan) but I'm starting to really get into him. As are the crowd, I mean just listen to the reaction when he's in the ring with Punk. He was treated like a big star.


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Oh-em-gee, look at this non beast that cant lift hardcore holly!



Albert wasn't pulling himself up in time with Ryback. Bad timing and reactions.
Worst. Rebuttal. Ever.

Also lulz at you thinking or sarcastically replying Brock isn't a beast. Guys a legit freak of nature, ryback is just ryback. If you saw my previous post I'm a big fan of both, just you can't compare the two really because it's not even close.
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Ryback did it on Raw.

And do you know how hard it is to lift 300(estimate) pounds of human weight?
Actually I do, and Ryback is easily 265 lbs so it shouldn't have been that hard. I am 50lbs smaller than Ryback I can press my own weight, and more that's with two bad knees. Granted Tensai is huge, but I don't see him sandbagging.
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Re: Oh Dear Ryback... [the botches]

You know what would be bad ass if he came in and did that to Big Show or Henry. That would shut a lot of people up.
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Preach!

I really like the guy; he has a bit of charisma that is pretty rare in a big guy and he hits his big moves is such a badass way. Not usually my type of wrestler at all (My favourites are Punk, Ziggler and Bryan) but I'm starting to really get into him. As are the crowd, I mean just listen to the reaction when he's in the ring with Punk. He was treated like a big star.
Peronally, I'm no Ryback fan but there's no doubt he is getting over with the crowd and I can appreciate that he's entertaining at what he does. Kids absolutely love him and it's no surprise.
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Re: Oh Dear Ryback... [the botches]

I think both botched
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Re: Oh Dear Ryback... [the botches]



Someone on Bleacher called him "Bronzeberg" after this. I think it's appropriate.
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Re: Oh Dear Ryback... [the botches]

Things go wrong, Wade Barrett lifted Henry up but it was Mark who screwed it up and he did his arm in because of it. I didn't watch the match intently but saw him try to pick him up once, if he did it again and Tensai didn't go up then he sandbagged him.

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Re: Oh Dear Ryback... [the botches]

Ryback is wanna be GOLDBERG. If he can't ligt tensai properly how the fuckkkkk he's gonna it to mark henry and big show lolzzzzzzzz.

Ryback is big but he is nowhere as strong as Lesnar and Goldberg
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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.
Naturally powerful? Why don't you stick to what you know here, which is clearly not power lifting/bodybuilding/fitness in general? Just don't embarrass yourself. Goldberg and Lesnar were both very involved in power demanding sports from a very young age. Both football and Greco Roman wrestling require very demanding strength training routines, which then lead into bodybuilding, which then lead into power lifting. Ryback is a guy who popped steroids earlier in his career and got himself in rehab because of it. Do the math.





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