During one of his recent live streams, former WWE Superstar Ryback spoke about his former Boss in WWE, Vince McMahon.
The former Intercontinental Champion stated that he believes McMahon’s legacy will be ruined by the horrible things that he did, which will surface after he passes away.
Ryback isn’t on good terms with WWE and the people who run it, after a disagreement about him using his ring-name outside of WWE, as well as – at least according to him – WWE causing issues with his official Twitter account.
Here’s what The Big Guy said about Mr. McMahon:
“Here’s the thing, one day the news will hit and it will happen and one day he’s not going to be here anymore.
So, and, but he has done horrible things. His legacy will not be well.
I’m telling you, his legacy, the things that are going to come out about him will forever ruin the contributions he made to wrestling. He will be forgotten.”
Ryback was destined to be ‘The Next Big Thing’ in 2012, when he achieved an impressive 38 match undefeated 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.
He was released from his contract in August 2016 and then went on to wrestle on the independent scene, but has not been in the ring since August 2018.
Ryback recently announced that he will return to professional wrestling within the second half of 2023, but hasn’t announced so far which promotion he will work for.
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