Justin Barr



I was watching one of Ryback's matches the other day and I just thought to myself " Gosh this is so lame and boring". There was no excitement in the match. Nobody in the audience cared, I don't even think the announcers cared because they were talking about things that happened a week ago.

I mean aren't you guys tired of seeing the same thing over and over again? Week after week? Well I know I am. How does the WWE expect us to take this guy seriously if all he does is come out there pick one guy up toss him around and then pick up the other guy toss him around to then pick them both up march around fall back and then win. Its like watching a John Cena match, you already know what moves he's gonna do.

I hear they are trying to make this guy the next Goldberg. Well this isn't such a good start since he hasn't had time to cut any promos to promote himself, or had a real match. If he does get time to cut a promo I wonder what he's going to say. He's got to make it interesting and worth watching, or else he'll never get another chance again. You know, Ryback didn't have the best mic skills when he was in NXT or the Nexus, but heck; the majority of the locker doesn't and they still get main event spots and championships so why can't he?.

I do believe he will be big, not John Cena big but he will become something. Will he be Goldberg? No. But I do think he will have alot to bring to the table, only time will tell.

I just know for sure that I can't take him seriously until I see him in a decent match. WWE needs to step it up with him before we all give up hope and lose interest.


Any opinions? Is he the next big thing or no?.
ortiz dear
They need to start giving him actual talent and not normal dudes off the streets. When he 1st started beating up these nobody's it was entertaining and funny. Now its like umm ok we get the point time to move on. I think he has potential but they should give him a different direction and not compare...
  • June 23, 2012
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Angela Arnold
Agree 100%
  • June 23, 2012
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nathan orange
I agree hes never gonna get taken seriously until he takes on an actual WWE Superstar. But thats not goona happen for a while since a couple of the reports that have come out on RSN have said guys in the back dont wont to wrestle Ryback saying hes an accident waiting to happen. Are that hes to green...
  • June 23, 2012
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Angela Arnold
They just know that WWE is going to have him squash them and they're not ready for it yet. Shoot if I was them I would try to get as much tv time as possible screw my opponent lol.
  • June 23, 2012
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Saad Islam
next big thing ? dont think so
  • June 24, 2012
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Hard Ace
They need to allow him to go over talent that is well known, him destroying jobbers would've been fine and dandy back in the 80s and early 90s, but now days a superstar as big as Ryback destroying jobber after jobber just makes the fans see there is no real reason to give two shits about him. Him go...
  • June 24, 2012
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John Felix Anthony
They should put him in a match that's like 1 on 8 4 jobbers and 4 former Nexus members (Technically, he was never in Nexus and All Nexus member aside from the Injured Wade Barrett are jobbers so that wouldn't do much. Skip Ryback vs Hudson-Otunga, Wendy, Pink Time Players.
  • June 24, 2012
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