Raw Superstar Zack Ryder is making headlines after he appeared in a very interesting Netflix documentary based on the Funko brand and its explosion into pop culture.

Ryder has accomplished many things during his life. From becoming WWE Tag Team Champion to being a former Intercontinental and United States Champion. He has also become a well-known collector.

Funko has released a documentary on Netflix. Titled “Making Fun: The Story of Funko,” Ryder is featured in two segments within the documentary, with other clips shown throughout.

The WWE Unboxed host actually owns more than 500 Pop! figures alone, without including all the other geek memorabilia in his collector’s room.

Ryder took to Twitter to mention his involvement in the film:

If any reader has an interest in Funko or is a fan of Ryder, we suggest giving this documentary a watch. It lasts about an hour and a half.

You can check Ryder unboxing his own Funko Pop

Zack Ryder sees his debut Funko WWE Pop! figure for the first time: WWE Unboxed with Zack Ryder

Editor’s Note:

I watched this documentary myself, and I can highly recommend it. If the Funko culture is of any interest to you, you’ll adore the film. Ryder has a great appearance, in my opinion.

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