Ryback

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Ryback is a professional wrestler currently signed to WWE. He is best known for his time with the company.

28 Nov, 2014

Responds to Punk’s claims

Interview

Ryback takes to Twitter to address claims made by CM Punk during his interview on The Art of Wrestling. The tweets have since been removed

For the record if I quit for being fragile and insecure I would make up excuses too. Things didn’t go my way for a long time and I kept going day in and out. Slander is a powerful thing and to state complete made up nonsense for no reason shows his insecurities. I will continue to bust my ass study matches every chance I get, cut promos when driving and push myself for hours on end even when hurt. Thank you!

16 Aug, 2014

First We Feast interview

Interview

Ryback talks to First We Feast  about his own cooking and the catering at WWE events.

Right now, I’m here in Vegas. I got whole wheat protein pasta cooking and a whole pound of steak cut up, loaded on a low simmer, cooking as well. That will be my first real meal of the day. I’ll take that, pour it all in a big bowl with a little bit of pasta sauce. When I’m home, that’s usually my first meal every day.

24 Jan, 2014

DirecTV.com interview

Interview

Ryback talks to DirecTV.com about Batista’s WWE return and The Royal Rumble.

I’m offended that he’s (Batista) back. I’m the one and only “Big Guy” in the WWE. I go out there each and every night. I work the full schedule. I do all the cool power moves that you don’t see anybody doing anymore.

2 Apr, 2013

NorthJersey.com interview

Interview

Ryback talks to NorthJersey.com about Wrestlemania and his match with Mark Henry.

You’re going to see two monsters going out there and it’s going to be a match unlike any other match on the card. I think at the end of the day it’s going to be a match people remember; Ryback lifting Mark Henry over his head Shell Shocking him and 70,000 plus screaming at the top of their lungs ‘Feed Me More’ with me.

26 Apr, 2010

WWE.com interview

Interview

Ryback talks to WWE.com about NXT and taking the competition seriously.

Every week I take the competitions extremely seriously. I don’t think all of the other NXT Rookies necessarily do. I think they are very important as far as getting extra exposure. You never know what you’re going to get out of them. Even though they don’t always deal with in-ring skills, I think it’s important to show the WWE Universe and the WWE Pros that you take this stuff seriously. And no matter what it is, I’m out there to win.

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