Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback took to Twitter and revealed that he now owns the full trademark for his name and even stated that he feels sorry for Vince McMahon.
Here’s what The Big Guy tweeted:
“Thank you to all the great people and fans who have stuck by me the last 7 years.
We must now get my social media accounts free and @elonmusk getting my Twitter right is imperative to this process.
The truth always wins and now it’s time to play the game. The #Hungry always get their way!
@VinceMcMahon I genuinely feel sorry for you, messing with a man’s life, family, and business will not age well.
Now I come back and the lies will be put to rest once and for all. #RybackTM #Ryback #FeedMeMore”
For those who don’t know, Ryback claims that WWE asked him to hand over his Social Media accounts to them when he was released in 2016. When Ryback refused, WWE allegedly used their Twitter connections to screw with his reach on that platform.
Ryback was destined to be ‘The Next Big Thing’ in 2012, when he achieved an impressive 38 match winning streak, that could’ve easily continued for at least another year, if WWE hadn’t put him into the main event too quickly, in order to replace an injured John Cena.
CM Punk was going to drop the WWE Championship to The Rock at the upcoming Royal Rumble 2013 PPV, so they had to end Ryback’s streak somehow in the main event of Hell In A Cell 2012, and they did so with the referee turning heel and screwing The Big Guy.
After the undefeated streak ended, the bad booking for the up-and-coming top star continued and his push in WWE eventually came to an end.
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