Ryback mentions that one of his WWE action figures is featured in a combo pack which also features Jinder Mahal. This combo pack is presented on Amazon with a picture of Ryback using the prop camera to film a flexing Mahal. Ryback laughs and wonders why he needs to be filming Mahal, and asks why it couldn’t be the other way around?
Speaking of Jinder Mahal, Ryback likes what WWE is doing with him creatively right now. He says that WWE will find a way to make money with him as a heel in that position for a while regardless of his performance in the ring. If Mahal can deliver some big money promos and matches, then WWE might be in for a long run of success with Mahal as the top heel.
Ryback recalls some of his travels to India with WWE. He says that financially, the population appears to be either incredibly wealthy or incredibly poor. He recalls being dragged from his hotel room to meet some wealthy individuals with Kofi Kingston and Dolph Ziggler on one tour, simply because they were this individual’s favourite wrestlers and he wanted to meet them. Ryback admits that was a tricky situation and he felt like WWE didn’t care about them at all in that moment.
He informs that when you arrive in India you are picked up by busses, and you’re advised by the company to stay in the hotels during your time there. He says that the population recognize you immediately if you walk around the streets, and they absolutely bombard you. It’s not a pleasurable experience.
WWE also tells all of their employees to avoid eating food outside of the hotels. Ryback informs that William Regal personally made that point to him after he almost died one time from eating food over there.