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Ryback Calls Vince McMahon’s Recently Deceased Mother A “Wh*re”

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• Ryback Calls Vince McMahon’s Recently Deceased Mother A “Wh*re”

Former Intercontinental Champion “The Big Guy” Ryback was on his way to becoming a main eventer in WWE back in 2012, but Vince McMahon canceled his monster push to the top.

He was released from WWE in 2016. Since then, Ryback has been critical of WWE because he feels Vince wants to make sure that he doesn’t succeed.

Ryback has revealed that he had a legal battle with WWE over the “Ryback” name. He also noted that WWE wanted him to hand over all his Social Media accounts to them after he was released, which he refused to do.

His TikTok account is popular and has a good reach, but his Twitter reach is almost dead despite having 1.4 million followers!

Ryback believes WWE works with Twitter and played a role in restricting his reach on the platform.

Vince’s mother passed away earlier this year and Ryback said some very insensitive things in his recent tweets.

You can read it below (he later deleted some of the tweets):

“Vince McMahon like most promoters has an insatiable urge to have control.

He had no control watching his mom get beat up as a child, which is a horrendous thing for a kid to witness, as their wh*re mom tries to make ends meet.

Vince has failed to evolve. F**k you old man. 😉 “

“It’s so crazy how many people are ok with a psycho billionaire toying with innocent people’s lives and wh*ring out a human circus, but can’t stand the actual truth of that man’s psychological weakness.

48 Laws of Power. Your clock is ticking old man. You take nothing with you. 😉 “

“This can’t be debated and is a fact. This man has killed more wrestlers than anyone and continues to as he approaches his end.

His mother was a nice and sweet woman, but I will speak the truth as this living demon continues to try and hurt me and my brand. #Ryback TM”

A fan replied the following:

“It’s not too late to apologize, and state you went over the line. It would be mighty big guy of you.”

Ryback responded:

“100% No. I stand by what I said and appreciate all the love and support from those who side with good over evil.

I simply am speaking the truth on why he is the way he is and it needs to be known. Stop supporting evil. 💪 “

Ryback also has his differences with Triple H, but he wished The Game well after HHH was forced to retire from in-ring competition due to heart issues:

“You ended up being the biggest disappointment for me personally from loving you growing up, but I wish you well in retirement and future good health.”

A fan then replied:

“Good for you for saying what you felt based on your experience

That guy held a lot of people down and the only time he didn’t was when it was of a benefit to him.

Now he had a health scare and has to retire but suddenly he has to be a good guy too in the eyes of the fans 🤦‍♂️ “

Ryback replied:

“I truly wish him well. He went out of his way to prevent multiple opportunities for me, lied, and is part of a company I have a legal battle with and have won everything.

I put out a heartfelt message and speak from experience, but wish him the best. Negative marks are horrible.”

Also Read: Ryback Explains How Shawn Michaels Helped Him In WWE

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (April 30, 1983) – WWF Championship Wrestling

On this day in 1983, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Championship Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped at the Agricultural Hall in Allentown, Pennsylvania and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments involving the 1983 WWF Superstars.

Here’s the card:

– SD Jones vs. Charlie Fulton

– Sgt. Slaughter vs. Bob Bradley

– Tony Garea vs. Israel Matea

– Ray Stevens vs. Tony Colon

– The Wild Samoans vs. Jack Carson & Miguel Felicano

– Jimmy Snuka vs. Johnny Rodz

– Ivan Koloff vs. Barry Hart

– Chief Jay & Jules Strongbow vs. Mac Rivera & Jose Estrada

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