2018 is coming to a close and a lot of WWE Superstars have some great moments to look back. Zack Ryder … not so much.
Ryder took to Twitter on Thursday to make a not so astonishing revelation; he didn’t have a single match on Monday Night Raw in 2018.
With one Raw to go before 2019 (which is being taped tonight in Detroit, Michigan), it looks like he will go all of 2018 without having wrestled on his designated brand’s flagship show.
It should be noted that Ryder was a member of SmackDown LIVE through April, at which point he joined Raw via the Superstar Shake-up. Not including WWE Main Event, his last televised match took place on April 8 at WrestleMania 34. He competed in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, where he was eliminated by his former tag team partner, Mojo Rawley.
Not including pay-per-view or WWE Main Event, Ryder last wrestled on television on April 3 on SmackDown LIVE. Ryder partnered with Tye Dillinger and Breezango in a loss to Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, Mojo Rawley and Primo Colon.
Cody Rhodes responded to Ryder’s tweet by reminding him that at Survivor Series 2011, fans chanted “We want Ryder” while Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson stood in the ring.