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fiji00 01-08-2013 06:50 PM

Ryback winning the WWE Title is bad for business.
 
This man does not have what it takes to carry the company. Seriously he's horrible in all honesty dude has atrocious mic skills and is not even that entertaining in the ring. If he didn't have that feed me more chant he would never reach main even status. Someone like Daniel Bryan deserves the WHC or wwe championship.

KeepinItReal 01-08-2013 07:09 PM

Re: Ryback winning the wwe title is bad for business.
 
I don't think he's ready yet. I think at some pt he will be, though. He's been improving on the mic, he's had a couple promos where he's said more than "feed me more," but they haven't been long.

They have been booking him well. Make sure he looks good, but doesn't win the title, and make Punk look like a coward/cheater cuz he's the heel. But his matches are entertaining, and his microphone skills are getting better, and everything comes with experience, and he's SO OVER. So at some pt, but not yet. I remember just a few months back I loved the guy, but seeing him in the main event scene makes me cringe as well.

Stone Cold Steve Austin 01-08-2013 07:17 PM

Re: Ryback winning the wwe title is bad for business.
 
Guess we'll just wait till he hurts someone then gets depushed.

Let's face it, the guy sucks in the ring and he's dangerous, they will soon run out of people who can make him look decent, then people will lose interest.

Brye 01-08-2013 07:19 PM

Re: Ryback winning the wwe title is bad for business.
 
Don't really care what it'd be for business but it'd be bad for my enjoyment unless all his matches were TLCs.

Pongo 01-08-2013 07:25 PM

Re: Ryback winning the wwe title is bad for business.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Brye (Post 12473227)
Don't really care what it'd be for business but it'd be bad for my enjoyment.

pretty much what i was going to say

KeepinItReal 01-08-2013 07:34 PM

Re: Ryback winning the wwe title is bad for business.
 
How is Ryback dangerous?

Riot 01-08-2013 07:40 PM

Re: Ryback winning the wwe title is bad for business.
 
To me Ryback is like Sheamus. Sure he'll be champion at some point, but if its the WWE Championship, his reign will not go past 5 months. His character is fun to watch, but on the main show, he'd get boring as the champion. A lack of mic skills, repetitive moves, a lack of a way to market him as champion and put him in feuds where he isnt the favourite as champion.

Ryback for B show champion.

Stone Cold Steve Austin 01-08-2013 08:04 PM

Re: Ryback winning the wwe title is bad for business.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by KeepinItReal (Post 12473286)
How is Ryback dangerous?

Ask again after he hurts someone...which will probably be very soon.

KingJohn 01-08-2013 09:22 PM

Re: Ryback winning the wwe title is bad for business.
 
Doubt he'll be WWE Champion anytime soon, but it's almost a guarantee he'll be WHC by the end of the year. From what everybody that's see him live has said, he's one of the most over guys in the company and has a real strong presence live. Would much rather have Ryback as WHC than Sheamus or Big Show, he's actually one of the few reasons Raw is worth watching and would help out Smack Down a lot if he was a regular on their as WHC.

RDClip 01-08-2013 09:35 PM

Re: Ryback winning the wwe title is bad for business.
 
No he doesn't have what it takes, but that's hasn't stopped WWE putting World Titles on guys like Miz, Swagger, Sheamus, and Del Rio (and thats just in the last few years) They'll put a World Title on him and push him to the moon even if attendance and rating suffer because Vince can never be wrong.


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