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Ryback Calls WWE’s Social Media Practices ‘Disgusting & Criminal’

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• Ryback Calls WWE’s Social Media Practices ‘Disgusting & Criminal’

Former WWE Superstar Ryback is currently in an ongoing legal battle with his former promotion about the use of his ring name, as well as the ownership of his social media accounts.

Ryback himself seems pretty convinced that he is actually going to win that battle.

Here’s what The Big Guy tweeted:

“I have suppressed accounts that nobody will understand what @wwe is trying to do as they lose the Ryback TM. There is even more going on I can’t say right now. I will not let them win. What @twitter is allowing and doing is disgusting and criminal. I will not stop.”

He continued:

“I gained like 30K followers on Tik Tok today and haven’t gained one in 5 years on @twitter. In fact I’ve lost followers. How is that even possible?

Crazy how this same post on Tik Tok is about to hit 600K views and on @twitter I am at 0.5% Impressions. I want this to be seen because there will be a point this comes out. I’m going to get this resolved one way or another. Zero reason for this to be an issue on here. Let’s go!”

Former WWE wrestler Enzo Amore gave the following answer to Ryback’s Twitter problem:


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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 2, 1996) – Old School WWF Celebrity Passed Away

On this day in 1996, we lost Old School WWF Celebrity Ray Combs at the age of 40.

Ray Combs was well known as the host of the famous TV game show “Family Feud” from 1988 until 1994, which included an episode that featured ‘The World Wrestling Federation vs. The World Bodybuilding Federation’.

In 1992, he served as a guest ring announcer at WrestleMania VIII and later also became a guest commentator for the ‘Hart Family vs. Shawn Michaels & The 3 Knights’ match at the Survivor Series 1993 PPV.


April 3, 1956 – June 2, 1996

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