Ryback gone from WWE, wishes them “the best in their future endeavors!”

In a video Instagram post, Ryback announced that he no longer works for WWE and turned the tables on them, wishing WWE “the best in their future endeavors!”

The man known as The Big Guy has not wrestled in WWE since May, with his last match being a pre-show U.S. title match against Kalisto at Payback. Ryback had a string of pre-show matches before him and WWE were unable to come to an agreement over a new deal and WWE took him off the road.

“From this point forward, myself and the WWE will no longer be conducting business together. I would like to personally say thank you to all the WWE performers whom I’ve had the pleasure of being in the ring with,” he said.

He also announced that on August 8, his new business venture feedmemore.com will go live along with the Feed Me More clothing line and supplements. He also said he will be wrestling a full schedule so anyone who wants him on the show can book him at [email protected]

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


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