Originally Posted by Robstar
I agree, but given that he's 27 (or 28, can't remember), and given that Ryback hadn't showed anything to show that he would be the next John Cena either until this year (even though he'd been on the main roster for a while before then), then it's feasible to make the assumption that he's a future face of the WWE. He has time to improve. He's been on the main roster less than a year, so there's still time.
I'd rather then invest in someone that actually has talent too, but it's not likely to happen is it? John Cena showed nothing when he initially started out, as did Ryback, but Cena is one of the most charismatic guys in the business now, and Ryback is very over. I'll judge Reigns once he's gone solo.
But I agree that he's not shown anything thus far to suggest that he can live up the the hype that so many, including JR have built up for him.