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Zack Attack - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE - The Ryder Revolution (2011–present)
... As a result of being underutilised on television, Ryder became dissatisfied with his place in WWE and he started a YouTube web series called Z! True Long Island Story in February 2011 to promote his character ... The web series soon earned Ryder a dedicated fan following his T-shirts sold out despite and by June, "we want Ryder" chants were started by the audiences of Raw and the Capitol Punishment pay-per-view ... The web show's popularity led to Ryder having a rise in status, making more appearances on television ...
Zack Attack - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE - The Long Island Loudmouth (2009–2011)
... Ryder made his return to ECW on May 5, 2009 in a backstage segment with General Manager Tiffany ... On September 15, Ryder won a 10-man battle royal to earn contendership to the ECW Championship but lost to the champion, Christian, the following week ... On the November 3 episode of ECW, Ryder entered a love angle with Rosa Mendes who became his valet ...
Zack Ryder - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE - The Long Island Loudmouth (2009–2011)
... Ryder made his return to ECW on May 5, 2009 in a backstage segment with General Manager Tiffany ... On September 15, Ryder won a 10-man battle royal to earn contendership to the ECW Championship but lost to the champion, Christian, the following week ... On the November 3 episode of ECW, Ryder entered a love angle with Rosa Mendes who became his valet ...

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