Justin Barr



Hey guys! I'm sorry it's been over a month since I've done a blog, but I've missed this. I'm planning on getting back into blogs now and I'm here to talk wrestling! So let's get started with this return blog.

Ryback has proven to everyone over the past few weeks that he's fully capable of taking out the champion, CM Punk, but the question is - Will WWE be willing to push such a new star to the top of their roster so quickly? Well if you didn't know, Vince McMahon has always been a guy to be on the side with the bigger guys. He's a big promoter of signing literally big talent. Ryback is no exception, I'm sure Vince supports him completely and backs him up to becoming main event material. Is he ready?

I think so. I think, with John Cena's recent arm injury, it's the perfect time to set up a match Ryback vs. CM Punk for the WWE Championship. Don't get mad at me, I know that there are far more deserving people, such as Rhodes, Ziggler, Barrett, and others. But Ryback has shown his charisma, he's shown his power, his dominance. I think he's fully capable of not only competing in World Title matches, but winning a World Title. I don't doubt seeing the strap on him before 2014.

Ryback is one of those pure strength, raw talent guys. He doesn't need to be hyped up as the most destructible force in WWE, he proves it in the ring. He is, and everyone can see it, the Goldberg of today's generation of wrestlers. Who else would WWE let run to the ring and chase the top heel in the company right out of the ring? John Cena's done it before, so Ryback is someone fresh to shake things up.

What I want to see is Punk/Ryback at Hell in a Cell, in the Hell in a Cell match. I think it would be smart to make the heel look as if he has no chance of winning. Sort of Miz vs. Cena a year and half ago. I'd like to see Ryback not only lose, but join CM Punk and Paul Heyman. How odd would that be? Crazy, I know! The Heyman Squad needs a big guy since Brock Lesnar is gone. Ryback is a perfect fit and he doesn't have to speak to be considered powerful. Punk can use Ryback as an excuse to hold the title until the Royal Rumble, where he could be banned at ringside.

With Ryback as a secret weapon, Punk could be unbeatable. Until Rock, because they're gonna slap that title on him regardless of what people want. Ryback, unlike Punk, doesn't need the title to look 100% credible by the WWE Universe. He's got his size. 300 pounds of pure power. It's overly impressive.

To end out, I'd like to say that Ryback WILL main event Hell in a Cell, either with Punk in a 1 on 1 match or added to a Triple Threat match with Cena involved in the match, regardless. Ryback MIGHT turn heel and MIGHT join Heyman. It all depends on whether WWE is willing to give up their "largest" face in the company to the other side of the professional wrestling fence. I prefer heels to faces, but that's just me.

Thanks for reading and I hope you leave me ideas, comments, likes, and all your support. Thanks for letting me write again and as Eric Bischoff's theme says...
I'M BAAAACK. AND I'M BETTER THAN EVER.

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Scotty P
I'd like Bubba Joe Johnson to turn heel and join Heyman. Instead of Punk vs Ryback it should be Cena vs Punk and In the mist of a Super Cena comeback everything from the 5 knuckle, to the sitout powerbomb to the F-U with a kick out at 2 then a 2nd F-U. Lights go out briefly Punk counters as he's abo...
  • October 9, 2012
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Josh Flippo
I with you on the push, but i dont see them turning Ryback, just go with me on this for a second, Ryback has been coming out more to very big pops, and if he beats Punk which i dont know why they would set him up to not do just that, they have a huge face as the Champ. Now i dont know about you, but...
  • October 9, 2012
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Christopher Lobie
i don't see them turning him heel any time soon...i didn't realize that before shows everyone is chanting "feed me more" a real lot, he appears to be getting over with everyone...they need to keep building on that for now, he isn't ready for a title match yet against punk, even if he does get one du...
  • October 9, 2012
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Chris Frame
I'm not one to post a lot on blogs, but this one intrigued me. I am fully with you on this. I do believe they should either give him a go with the title or slowly start pushing him to take it this year. Yes, his matches are usually squashes, but I am honestly sick of seeing the usual faces and heels...
  • October 10, 2012
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Adam Troy Brown
I think they are pushing him way too soon and quick. Just read my newest blog though and tell me what you think. I honestly think it will end up being a triple threat match at Hell in a Cell and Punk will be the opportunist like edge was and get a clean win at the end. He will not choose his oppo...
  • October 10, 2012
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Dee Thomas
Almost like Josh said, I don't think it's a bad idea, but I doubt it'll happen because he's just now starting to really get over with the fans
  • October 10, 2012
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relent
I would like to see a triple treat match where Punk wins the match by pinning Cena and where Ryback is taken out by Lesnar.
  • October 10, 2012
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