Ryback parted ways with WWE after a solid stint that saw him feud with the likes of John Cena and CM Punk. The former WWE Intercontinental Champion drew the ire of wrestling fans over his Twitter diatribe against the WWE management and Vince McMahon.
Ryback was also involved in a terrible lawsuit with WWE over his ring name. In the end, Vince McMahon’s promotion gave up on trademarking his name. The 41-year-old is facing issues with his Twitter as well, and now he’s asking fans to contact the bird app’s boss.
Ryback took to Twitter on Thursday to plea with his fans to contact Elon in order to deal with restrictions on the blue app. Apparently, Ryback can’t get engagements on Twitter which he says is being intentionally done by WWE and Vince McMahon to “limit my visibility and hurt me financially.”
The former WWE star posted screenshots of a legal notice sent his way by the company over unauthorized use of Ryback trademark, claiming Vince McMahon and co. have been illegally suppressing his social media since 2016. Ryback also tagged Elon Musk in his tweet.
What @VinceMcMahon & the @wwe have done to suppress & illegally restrict all my social media since 2016 is despicable & will be revealed at some point. @elonmusk I am counting on you to help me fix my Twitter first & the rest will unfold. I own all trademarks! This must be fixed!
It remains to be seen if Ryback’s fans will step up to help the former WWE superstar with his recurring Twitter issues. Stay tuned to Ringside News for more from the world of pro wrestling.
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