Since you asked...here's EXACTLY what I think of Ryback. http://www.swmswm.com/SS11.htm (see second half)
BTW, there are "cheats" for lifting superbigs to make ohh-ahh spots. For example, have the guy "somehow" seated up on the top turnbuckle or standing on one of the others. Plus, you're not lifting dead weight, so that's a big advantage.
I gotta admit I was skeptical at first, but now I'm on the band wagon. He's so intense and his move set is brutal. I love it. It's funny to hear all the negativity though, cuz I remember a lot of IWC members saying stuff like "when skip Sheffield returns from injury, it's gonna be awesome! He's awesome! Yup yup yup whadditdo!" but I am very impressed with ryback. I feel he'll have mid card gold sooner than later.
I don't think he could hit whatever that is on the super heavyweights. He looks like he's about to crap his pants just picking up Mahal. I hope he tries on big guys though so he can continue the botch fest, just about broke Swagger's neck last week. To those comparing Goldberg and Ryback, pretty sure they're the same person. No wait, I was actually entertained by Goldberg.
I just used laughing smileys as i was imagining tensai on the shoulders of ryback yelling something in japanese..and drop down for a shell shock and then Lord sakamoto coming into the ring beating the crap out of already laid out tensai.. LOl
Well how about you leave that up to the WWE to worry about who he can and can not pick. Just watch WWE and enjoy it.
Ryback has only been in squash matches so far, so it is impossible to tell just how much he can do yet. A feud with Tensai might be a good start because of his size, but then hopefully he could move on to face Barrett or, more likely, Cesaro, who I can see losing the title to Ryback.