Ryback was one of WWE’s biggest cautionary tales, as he had a lot of momentum but the company was never able to properly capitalize on it. He also left WWE on bad terms and has since been constantly going after the company in 2016. Now it appears Ryback finally got the trademark for his name.

For a long time, Ryback had trouble with Twitter, and fans never failed to troll him for this every chance they got. That’s not the only place he has issues with, as he has seen problems with Instagram and other platforms.

Ryback was also in contention with WWE over his own name for several years. Interestingly enough, Ryback claimed at the very end of 2022 that WWE gave up trademarking his name.

Ryback then further claimed earlier this month that WWE will finally give him rights to his name. Ryback took to Twitter and officially revealed that he has gotten the trademark for his name and added that he felt sorry for Vince McMahon for trying to mess with Ryback.


Thank you to all the great people and fans who have stuck by me the last 7 years. We must now get my social media accounts free and @elonmusk
getting my Twitter right is imperative to this process. The truth always wins and now it’s time to play the game. The #Hungry always get their way!
@VinceMcMahon I genuinely feel sorry for you, messing with a man’s life, family, and business will not age well. Now I come back and the lies will be put to rest once and for all. #RybackTM #Ryack #FeedMeMore

Ryback is certainly happy with his big win right now and that’s all that matters to him. We will have to wait and see what the future holds for Ryback, as it is likely he could finally step back into the ring again.

What’s your take on what Ryback said? Are you happy for him? Sound off in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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