WWE Teases Ryback vs. Big Show Match, History Of WWE Logos, More

By MarcMiddleton · Tuesday, October 02, 2012 · 2 Comments
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- As Big Show sets his sights on capturing the World Heavyweight Championship from Sheamus at WWE Hell in a Cell, the official WWE website offered their suggestions for ten other things that The World’s Largest Athlete should look to conquer. This includes ending Ryback's undefeated streak.
"Would [Ryback] still be demanding, "Feed me more!" if he was standing across the ring from the towering feast that is Big Show?" wrote Michael Burdi##. "If the giant did take him on, rather than screaming "finish it," Ryback’s undefeated streak might simply be finished."

Other challenges suggested for Big Show include introducing the WMD to the boxing world, win the annual Royal Rumble Match, wrestle a bear, perform the 450 Splash, capture the WWE Tag Team Championship by himself, win the King of the Ring Tournament, enter a strongman competition, become a manager, and win Nathan’s annual Hot Dog Eating Competition in Brooklyn, New York. The full article is available here.

- The official WWE website has published a photo gallery chronicling the organization's history of logos.

- The former Bella Twins, Nicole and Brianna, have been announced to appear at "Nuke the Fridge Con 2012," which takes place Saturday, Nov. 10 at Frank & Son Collectible Show 19649 San Jose Ave. City of Industry, California 91748.

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 Commissioner CainCommissioner Cain *
Hall Of Famerabout a year agoLikeReply
Ryback needs to slow down a little bit... I don't like this movement towards a fued with Punk already..... This guy is not ready yet... let him kick a few more mid carder asses before moving up the ranks... An eventual win over the Big Show would be a great way to enter him into the main event scene though.... just not yet...
 shadow1682shadow1682United States Championabout a year agoLikeReply
Well, you probably saw the ratings for RAW this week...they're gonna panic like they always do and push him way too soon in hopes of a new "top star" and a ratings boost.  He'll probably get little to no reaction from a forced push and end up down a spiral of mediocrity, just like so many other "potential stars" they've showcased.
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