He informs that he still loves wrestling and he considers himself to be quite lucky to be able to work indie dates whenever he wants. As this point in his life he is very happy not having to work for any boss, and he’s doing well with his nutrition business.
Marie mentions that WWE reported that Shane McMahon suffered multiple injuries after leaping from the top of Hell in A Cell last Sunday. Ryback says he’s not sure if those injuries are real or not, because WWE often puts that type of news out to create conversation. McMahon is in incredible shape but he’s still 47 years old, and there’s no doubt that fall could have realistically done some damage to McMahon. Ryback concludes by saying that McMahon is, “…a great f***ing guy.”
Ryback didn’t see Sami Zayn’s heel turn coming at the end of the match but he thinks it’s really cool and he also believes it’s going to enhance Zayn’s career.
Ryback says he had no issue with WWE including Tye Dillinger in the United States Title match, even if he was just there to take the pin. He points out that WWE produces so much television right now and multiple PPVs per month. Any time they can include another talent to further storylines and help them get to the next PPV, Ryback thinks that’s a good thing.