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Re: So after last night.. is Cesaro>Ryback?

Ryback done his finisher on Tensai perfectly on smackdown.


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Re: So after last night.. is Cesaro>Ryback?

The execution of both moves are very different. Doubt Cesaro would be able to do Ryback's finisher on Tensai either. I like Cesaro better than Ryback anyway.

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Re: So after last night.. is Cesaro>Ryback?

I don't think this was ever in doubt. Skip Sheffield is a green guy getting a big push. Claudio is a big Indy guy with a nice following due to having good matches for several years.

As far as WWE is concerned, I'm not sure why Cesaro isn't what WWE is looking for anyway. I thought he would be a top guy for them. He has a good look, he's a big guy, he can talk well, not amazing but well & he's unique.
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Re: So after last night.. is Cesaro>Ryback?

As already said, Ryback performed his finisher perfectly to Tensai on Smackdown. Tensai likely sanbagged him on RAW, because if it was a communication problem Ryback wouldn't of failed to perform to move the second time around.

Cesaro's finisher requires much less strength and Brodus really helped to make that move look successful. Ryback is stronger. But why does it really matter anyway? Ryback will be getting pushed further than Cesaro will ever be. So it's Ryback > Cesaro in WWE's eyes. Terrible thread.


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Re: So after last night.. is Cesaro>Ryback?

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As already said, Ryback performed his finisher perfectly to Tensai on Smackdown. Tensai likely sanbagged him on RAW because if it was a communication problem Ryback wouldn't of failed to perform to move the second time around.

Cesaro's finisher requires much less strength and Brodus really helped to make that move look successful. Ryback is stronger. But why does it really matter anyway? Ryback will be getting pushed further than Cesaro will every be. So it's Ryback > Cesaro. Terrible thread.
Which is a complete travesty and shows why no one is watching this stuff anymore. Pushing the guy with 3 moves, no mic skills or wrestling skills over someone like Cesaro just shows me that Vince has no idea what he's doing anymore.

I seriously believe Ryback could finally be the wrestler that achieves the impossible... bankrupt the WWE. Hopefully someone puts Vince in a retirement home before it's too late for the company and the business.

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I seriously believe Ryback could finally be the wrestler that achieves the impossible... bankrupt the WWE. Hopefully someone puts Vince in a retirement home before it's too late for the company and the business.
If Sheamus couldn't, I doubt Ryback can.

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As they shouldn't, he hasn't earned it. He took a dump on the face of the best talent on the roster and said "fuck you, I don't have to do SHIT but show up and pin you after you carry the entire program". Disrespect begets disrespect. Undertaker is a selfish, arrogant, broken down old has been who can't give it up, who doesn't give one shit about the next generation of stars and helping the company that made him thrive. It's always all about him.
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Re: So after last night.. is Cesaro>Ryback?

Cesaro just defeated Brodus Clay, like he's some jobber. Cesaro is very impressive, and underrated around here. Cesaro>Ryback not the finisher, just generally.
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Ryback done his finisher on Tensai perfectly on smackdown.
He even struggled on SmackDown. He executed the move, but he was clearly straining to lift him.

Once again showing that he's a poor imitation. Goldberg would've lifted Tensai like he was a pillow.

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Re: So after last night.. is Cesaro>Ryback?

I like Ryback a lot. I don't like Cesaro.
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Couldn't even get Tensai on his shoulders after TWO attempts and we're supposed to buy him as this monstrous powerhouse? Lol.

Once again proving that he is nothing but an incredibly fucking poor imitation. Goldberg would have thrown Tensai up there like a balloon.
I agree 100% anyone saying Tensai sandbaged is just a Rybotch fanboy. First of all if you want a 350 lb guy to jump for your move because you the biggest powerhouse guy(supposedly) on the roster can't lift him then maybe you shouldn't hold one of his legs off the ground and expect him to jump off one leg. Goldberg or Lesnar could hit that move with ease Ryback isn't even as strong as Cena. If Punk gets something good out of him he's my woty.

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