The thing is Ryback is a bit too fat to be marketable based solely on his look. Let's face it, he has no ring or mic skills that are above average, so his look is all he depends on. ATM he's still too uncoditioned at 291 lbs. He needs to cut until he's around like 8% bodyfat and be more like 260-265 lbs. Nobody wants to see a huge guy with a bloated HGH gut unless it's Ronnie Coleman. Either lay off the HGH or cut, or both. It's clearly visible that the dude can't maintain his size with roids alone at his size.
I like Ryback because he actually stands out and is different than what we see currently. He has the presence of a big man. The live audience is into him. He's not a guy that needs to have 5 star, technical matches that the IWC creams their pants over. He doesn't need to speak since he's not a talker. He's built as an intense, kickass machine.
People complain about newer talent not getting over, but what they mean is that their favourite isn't getting over, everyone else can go to hell. I'm for as many people getting over as possible, it would improve the show and the more over people there are, the more avenues there are to push new talent, yes, your favourites are more likely to get pushed if there are more over people to feud with.
Nah, he's too bulky. All former big men that made it were in the single digit bfs like Batista, Warrior, Scctt Steiner (GOAT) and Lesnar. Compared to them, he's a fatass on a bulk. A big man has to be lean to make it unless he's a former powerlifter/strongman and he isn't that.
Austin Aries probably has more naturally built muscle mass than Ryback, and AJ Styles is relatively muscular, and those two are my favorite wrestlers; Ryback sucks at everything.
You know exactly what I meant, quit acting dumb. I don't know where you even got that about Aries, but if you say so. The RYBACK sucking at everything is your opinion. An uneducated opinion that shows complete ignorance, but an opinion nonetheless.