Backstage News On A Major Upcoming Push On WWE Television & The Star's Quiet Loss You Won't Be Hearing About

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Vince McMahon is still a "huge fan" of Ryback and is ready to take him to the next level despite most workers and officials being concerned about his in-ring work in long matches or matches when he will have to sell.

I was told this weekend that Vince actually had someone do their homework and find out what his streak was since the first of the year. He was told that Ryback is up to 54 wins since January 1, 2012 and plans to use the win streak as part of the gimmick.

We went back and looked at Ryback's record and discovered a blemish that won't be mentioned. Alex Riley beat Ryback at a WWE Supershow live event on January 21, 2012 in Fargo, North Dakota. Our numbers were different from that given to McMahon as we have him at 52-1 this year.

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