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    Ryback vs Randy Orton?

    If they really want to get Ryback over have him beat Randy Orton at Summerslam since Orton is in the dog house. Good or bad idea?

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    Feed...him...more! No Randy, I didn't mean steroids!

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    Quote Originally Posted by american_dragon View Post
    If they really want to get Ryback over have him beat Randy Orton at Summerslam since Orton is in the dog house. Good or bad idea?
    Bloody awesome idea.

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    I would love Ryback to face someone that ISN'T an indie jobber for starters, let alone Orton. Could you see Orton putting Ryback over?

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    lets face it, orton has two wellness strikes... he is probably not going to get anymore pushes and if so, they will not be for long. It is time for cena and orton to start putting people over. The new generation is taking over and those guys are almost done. Ryback could really use a huge win and orton does not need a win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bartish2 View Post
    lets face it, orton has two wellness strikes... he is probably not going to get anymore pushes and if so, they will not be for long. It is time for cena and orton to start putting people over. The new generation is taking over and those guys are almost done. Ryback could really use a huge win and orton does not need a win.
    You realise The E can just decide to not test him or ignore a fail if they want to right? The wellness program is not done by an outside body. It is done by themselves. So if they want Orton in the main event picture then they will put him there and keep him there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by URATOOL View Post
    You realise The E can just decide to not test him or ignore a fail if they want to right? The wellness program is not done by an outside body. It is done by themselves. So if they want Orton in the main event picture then they will put him there and keep him there.
    The drug testing is handled by Aegis Sciences Corporation. Also after the benoit incident the United States House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform requested that WWE turn over any material regarding its talent wellness policy so they can't just not test or ignore it. It is mandatory that they announce who is suspended and for what. If they don't, wwe can get sued and in a lot of shit especially after guerrero and benoit hence the 10 policy violations in 2007 where they were forced to start doing this.

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    Are Cena and Orton 35 & 32 respectively or 45 and 42?

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    I don't think you can just throw Ryback into a feud with one of the top guys straight away. Granted, the indie jobber handicap squash fest is getting really old, really fast. Maybe put him in a feud with a midcard heel, like Tensai, Swagger, Rhodes - someone like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bartish2 View Post
    lets face it, orton has two wellness strikes... he is probably not going to get anymore pushes and if so, they will not be for long. It is time for cena and orton to start putting people over. The new generation is taking over and those guys are almost done. Ryback could really use a huge win and orton does not need a win.
    I think you are completely wrong. Orton, when he returns, will have a push like nothing happen, just because actually on SD, no one can draw like him, as a permanent SD superstar

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