In August, WZ exclusively reported WWE's Saturday Morning Slam show on CW Network not being able to feature moves aimed at a persons neck because of the kid friendly tone designed for the show.
WZ has now learned from sources that the CW Network doesn't approve of Zack Ryder's finisher the "Rough Ryder" and WWE allowing him to perform the move.
As you can see in the episode that aired on September 22nd, WWE cut away when Ryder performed his finisher on William Regal.
This is an interesting issue as Ryder is popular among the kids demographic. Both WWE and CW Network recognize the value of him being featured on the program. We're told WWE is still planning to have Ryder in more matches on the program but per the CW Network not wanting to violate their policy involving moves aimed at the neck, WWE's going to have find other ways to end the matches featuring Zack Ryder.
WZ has also learned that overall the CW Network is happy with the Saturday Morning Slam program so far. They have told WWE they would like to see more wrestling matches featured on the program.