Ryback had a subpar run as part of the first season of NXT back in 2010, but eventually gained a lot of momentum after leaving The Nexus and becoming a singles star. His success wouldn’t last long as Ryback was eventually released by WWE. Now it appears Ryback told Endeavour to stop Vince McMahon from wrongfully filing a cease and desist order.
Long after his WWE release, Ryback simply has not been able to stop going after Vince McMahon and his company for a variety of reasons. He was also in contention with WWE over his own name for quite a few years.
Ryback claimed at the very end of last year that WWE gave up trademarking his name. Ryback then further claimed earlier this month that WWE will finally give him rights to his name. Immediately after getting his trademark, Ryback decided to put Vince McMahon on notice.
The former WWE Superstar took to Twitter and directly told Endeavour to stop Vince McMahon from wrongfully filing a cease and desist order against him, stating that it is a disgusting move.
Hey @Endeavor you need to have a little sit down with @VinceMcMahon and @TripleH and get my social media accounts fixed and this whole situation made right very quick. This isn’t a suggestion and the truth is going to win. Beyond personal and I am going to come out on top. F****** disgusting what has taken place and we have more than enough to move forward.@elonmusk@instagram@youtube@tiktok_us@Twitter@Snapchat
Even after all this time, Ryback is clearly not happy with everything that went down in WWE and all that transpired afterwards. We will have to wait and see whether Endeavour will pay heed to what Ryback said.
What’s your take on what Ryback said? Do you think he should stop going after WWE now? Let us know in the comments!