2 items from 2014
Just a short while ago Ryback was looking like yet another can’t-miss prospect that WWE totally found a way to miss on. After exploding out of the gate with squash matches over local jobbers and being inserted into the main event rather quickly, his push was neutered and he was shunted back down the card, eventually becoming mired in a tag team with Curtis Axel. His run as a Paul Heyman guy was a failure and before long an injury put the former Skip Sheffield out of action for months.
When Ryback made his triumphant return to WWE the fans were quick to jump back on his bandwagon, and he was immediately made into a featured player in the Survivor Series main event storyline. The hunger for new stars has the fans accepting of The Big Guy and the “Goldberg” chants have almost completely been replaced by »
- Brad Hamilton
Ryback is currently on the shelf. We knew he was taking time off a few days ago, but we didn’t know what was wrong. Thanks to a video that he shot from a hospital bed with him in cap & gown, we found out that he had surgery. According to Ryback, he had surgery to repair strained groin injuries as well as two sports hernias. He mentioned that he’s been dealing with these injuries for the past seven months.
His video is unique because his current gimmick as “The Big Guy” likes to embellish things. We’ve documented about his Twitter antics in the past where he likes to troll fans with silly comments only to delete them soon after.
In this video, Ryback claims he’s a four time WWE Champion (he’s actually never been WWE Champion), he explains his love for mothers, talks about »
- John Canton
2 items from 2014
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