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Old 08 Nov 2011, 11:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Do you think that Ryder's big push is caused by thousand of fans on Twitter etc..?

Youtube, Twitter and Facebook fans always talking about him and wanting him on RAW?































Is that the reason he is being pushed right now?































Or is he possible next face of the company, as ridiculous as it sounds?
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Obviously, without his internet popularity, I doubt he would even be on the show. I doubt he will be the face of the WWE, but his push is because of cyberspace.
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