Is Ryback ready for his toughest test at Survivor Series?

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November 18, 2012

In one corner stands CM Punk, he of the WWE Championship and brazen attitude, erstwhile Voice of the Voiceless and only a few days away from having held his title for a full 365 days.

In the other corner stands John Cena, WWE’s “resident Superman,” he of the record 10 (count ’em 10) WWE Championships, infallible moral code and renewed vigor after being sidelined for a month by surgery to his elbow.

Standing between the two of them is Ryback, the unstable third element in the already shaky equation. The wildcard, the X-factor, foe to both men and, ultimately, the one Superstar of the three who might be in the most trouble come Sunday.

This is, at first glance, a questionable assertion given Ryback’s mostly unchecked rampage throughout WWE over the course of 2012. The insatiable strongman has gone from decimating ham-and-egger local competitors to challenging for the WWE Title in a mere eight months (and should have, for all intents and purposes, won the title if not for Brad Maddox). Ryback’s status as the premier monster in WWE is beyond dispute. And yet in Punk and Cena, the beast faces his toughest test to date, stepping into the ring against a man he has not yet beaten and a man he has not yet faced.

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