I feel like ever since Heyman and Ryback have entered into their brilliant gimmick of mutual, ahem, admiration, Ryback’s matches have gotten a little bit sexier.  
I really don’t mean this to be homophobic, more so to ask anyone reading this to watch his matches more closely.  I get the impression that Heyman, Ryback, and WWE know that they can’t go with a full on gay storyline anytime soon.  However, as we’ve seen, they are perfectly willing to hint at it and even tease it at times.  Are the performers “pushing the envelope” of the (mainstream, generally conservative) viewing audience in the ring, as well?

I feel like ever since Heyman and Ryback have entered into their brilliant gimmick of mutual, ahem, admiration, Ryback’s matches have gotten a little bit sexier.  

I really don’t mean this to be homophobic, more so to ask anyone reading this to watch his matches more closely.  I get the impression that Heyman, Ryback, and WWE know that they can’t go with a full on gay storyline anytime soon.  However, as we’ve seen, they are perfectly willing to hint at it and even tease it at times.  Are the performers “pushing the envelope” of the (mainstream, generally conservative) viewing audience in the ring, as well?

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