In recent years, fan favorite Zack “Long Island Iced-Z” Ryder has been a regular fixture on WWE Superstars, the lowest of the four weekly WWE shows on the totem pole. You could go so far as to say that the former tag team and United States champion is well on his way to becoming the most well-known jobber of his generation. Perhaps his fortunes are about to change. Woo Woo Woo indeed.
Last night on RAW, Ryder earned his first win on the company’s flagship program since besting David Otunga (remember him) back in December of 2012. This can’t be good news for the man he beat, Fandango, who was on top of the world just over a year ago following his WrestleMania debut against Chris Jericho, and subsequent magical night in New Jersey.