Zack Ryder has seen a lot of success and a fair amount of failure in his career as well. Little did he know when he stepped out with Curt Hawkins as Edge’s cronies so many years ago that it would develop into such a vibrant career.
Although Ryder’s accolades might not be as numerous as some of his contemporaries, Ryder has found new ways to keep himself relevant and as he maintained a steady fanbase the whole time. But at least his win/loss record is better than Curt Hawkins at this point.
Although it seems the place we see Long Island Iced Z the most lately is online opening boxes for WWE’s promotional videos he is still on the road and working as much as possible. His little injury before the Greatest Royal Rumble that he suffered while wrestling Mike Kanellis didn’t seem to be that big of a deal. After all, he still won the match with a sick Elbro Drop on Main Event.
But Zack recently celebrated a pretty special day because May 1st, 2018 was his 11-year anniversary in WWE. He said that he might not just be starting out but he’s far from finished.
11 years ago-5/1/07-I made my @wwe debut. Over a decade of being on the main roster-living the dream-busting my ass & doing whatever it takes to capitalize on opportunities. I’m only 32 years old-I may not just be getting started-but I’m damn sure not even close to being finished pic.twitter.com/U2Xouvy0Du
— Zack Ryder (@ZackRyder) May 1, 2018
We would like to wish the best to Awesome Kong who is having back surgery today. She is such a nice person and a real departure from her on-screen character as evidenced by the video she posted letting fans know what she was up to.
Kong has always had back issues and it looks like she finally made the decision to have something done about it.
Hopefully, she will be up and moving around once again sooner or later because she might be needed when the next season of GLOW rolls around on Netflix because her character might be really missed if she had to be sidelined with an injury.