Bobby Shark’s boy, the Long Island Iced Z, Zack Ryder continues his cryptic tweeting. Just moments ago, Ryder tweeted the above tweet/picture from his Instagram account.
What does it all mean? Could he be ditching his Long Island Iced Z persona? The image (reposted below for your convenience) shows that Ryder claims he’s leaving his trademark headband and sunglasses behind tonight on Raw.
Tonight, Raw is in England. In preparation, last night, the WWE dropped this video on their YouTube page. Honestly, I’m shocked a diva’s match from the last decade is on a list of any “top matches.” I love #7, long live Regal! When #5 happened, I truly believed Santino was just some guy from Italy…whoops. Shocker, John Cena is a top 10 list, but thankfully it is a loss to HBK. And lastly, #1 is the #1 of all #1. As soon as I clicked the link, I knew what #1 was. An iconic match and a reaction/crowd that soon not be repeated.
After it’s monumental 100th episode earlier this year, we saw Zack Ryder’s True Long Island StoryYoutube show come to an end. Or did we? Last evening Zack Ryder went to Twitter to tease the possible return of his long running show. With the tweet, he accompanied a video promoting the return of the show. While he does kick the show off the exact same way as the first 100 episodes went, it takes what we like to call a “swerve” after a short bit. Take the jump with me to see the video and talk about what it may or may not mean for Zack’s career to come.
Tonight’s episode of WWE Main Event features three tantalizing tussles!
1. The Shield vs. Kofi Kingston/Brodus Clay/Tensai
Everyone wants to see what members of the Shield could do in a singles or 2-on-2 tag match, but it’s impossible not to enjoy the teamwork and aggression they show as a 3-man team. While Tons of Funk aren’t quite the Brothers of Destruction, it’ll be interesting to see how the Shield has gameplanned for taking down two of their largest opponents to date.
2. Big E Langston vs. Zack Ryder
Big E’s second singles match in the WWE! Zack Ryder gets a crack at the man who took down Daniel Bryan on Raw.
3. Jack Swagger vs. Yoshi Tatsu
Having been dispatched by Alberto Del Rio at Wrestlemania, Swagger turns his attention to another international superstar: Yoshi Tatsu. No doubt Swagger and manager/mentor Zeb Colter will have some choice words for Tatsu and anyone else that doesn’t belong in Jack Swagger’s America.