Ryback made his debut in WWE back in 2012, where he had a memorable run in the company. Unfortunately, that is all a thing of the past after he was eventually released by the company in 2016. That said, now it appears Ryback claimed that WWE told him to stop talking about Vince McMahon during his trademark dispute over his name.

Long after his WWE release, Ryback was clearly bitter as he continuously attacked Vince McMahon, Triple H and WWE in general for a wide variety of reasons over the years.

Ryback claimed at the very end of last year that WWE gave up trademarking his name. Ryback then further claimed last month that WWE will finally give him rights to his name. Right after getting his trademark, Ryback decided to put Vince McMahon on notice.

While speaking during The Ryback Show, Ryback claimed that WWE told him to stop talking about Vince McMahon while he was still fighting over his trademark with the company.


I had to do a lot of this stuff publicly because I can’t do it any other way. They wanted me desperately, along the way they’ve asked, ”Please stop talking about Vince.” They do not like me talking about Vince, because it bothers them. Okay, I’m gonna keep doing it if this is how you’re gonna play and with what you guys have done.

Ryback recently made headlines due to his heated war of words with Booker T. Booker T then invited Ryback to speak on his podcast before rescinding it almost immediately. Regardless, we’ll have to see whether their saga will continue in the end.

What’s your view on what Ryback claimed? Do you think he will ever mend fences with WWE? Let us know in the comments!

Transcription by Ringside News

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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