Ryback left WWE, but he is still dealing with them to this day. Now he’s having issues with a trademark that he uses as his own.

WWE tried to take Ryback’s copyrights, and they are still keeping him from them. He revealed that WWE filed for a renewal on his own trademark on the last day they could so he couldn’t get it for a minimal fee.

He went on to allege that WWE threatened him into dropping a multi-million dollar malpractice lawsuit. Then Ryback said that WWE paid “certain online outlets that they have working relationships with to continuously put out slanderous articles” about him.

I want everyone to see how petty @wwe is. A trademark that they renewed the last day so I couldn’t get it for a minimal fee and one they don’t use anymore and haven’t used in games, MERCH etc. I am the trademark and created prior to working there. Let it go and let’s move on!

wwe threatened me creatively multiple times in signing contracts and in dropping a multi million dollar malpractice case against botched ankle injury. Denied multiple opportunities outside @wwe and we all saw what they did on air. The games end here, and the future will improve

I also want to clarify all injuries to back and shoulder happened there and I have 100% paid for. Their neglect medically pumping me full of cortisone and toradol saying I would be alright caused the bulk of it. End of day my fault, but things need to change. @wwe needs to change

.@wwe has paid certain online outlets that they have working relationships with to continuously put out slanderous articles, which paid ads are still being ran online. These are 100% facts and I won’t stop and won’t back down until what is right is made right.

Ryback keeps hyping a return to the ring once his shoulders and back 100% heals. It doesn’t seem like a WWE return is going to be in the cards any time soon. If anything, he might advise people to be very cautious when dealing with Vince McMahon’s company.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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