Ryback informs that when WWE books meet and greets the talents do not get paid. He never understood why WWE can make money and the store can make money, but the talents who are doing all the work don’t see any portion of those profits at all. In his last year in WWE he spoke up, and he started to get paid for his appearances from that point on. He urges all WWE talents to stick up for themselves and demand payment for those appearances as well.
A listener writes into the show and asks Ryback to fantasy book a WrestleMania main event match for the WWE Championship, featuring two wrestlers who have never held that Title. Ryback says if he took on Shane McMahon with Vince in Shane’s corner, he thinks they could do good business especially with the real life animosity between Ryback and Vince.
Ryback says that the worst match of his career happened in WWE developmental against Jinder Mahal. He says that they were thrown together for a match and they had to pretty much make it up on the fly. Unfortunately Mahal was fairly new to developmental at this point, and nothing went right. He considers this to be the worst match of his career.