Ryback has ruffled the feathers of many people in the pro wrestling world. He recently went on a bit of a rant, and Booker T caught flack. The two-time WWE Hall of Famer was down for a confrontation, but he didn’t want to go about it like Ryback proposed.

We previously reported that Ryback went off during his live stream. He released string of “f*ck yous,” and dished them out to Mark Henry, Busted Open Radio, and Booker T as well. Booker T later accepted Ryback’s challenge to fight him. Then Booker T pulled out of the fight after he realized that Ryback wanted a more formal setting.

During a recent live stream, Ryback said that Booker T “backed out,” and did not want to have a conversation with him. He also made it clear that anyone can call into his live stream shows, but they aren’t doing it for a reason.

“He backed out, he got scared. He didn’t want that conversation. These guys can come on at any point of time by the way. Everyone has access to this show. There is a reason these people aren’t doing it.”


It is also interesting to note that Ryback just said that he hasn’t heard back from Booker T about a proposed fight. Ryback wants an MMA contest, something arranged that they might be able to cash in on, but Booker T doesn’t want anything public.

Ryback claims that fans don’t know the real truth, because they just read negative press about him. As Ringside News previously reported, Booker T spoke about this fight with Ryback and how he’s bummed that it’s not going to happen.

Fans have also had a lot of fun with this situation. Ryback was recently trolled by one fan with Booker T sound board during another recent live stream. Obviously, Booker T and Ryback’s situation is far from finished, even though Ryback claims Booker T backed out of the fight.

What’s your take on Ryback and Booker T’s ongoing issues? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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