Ryback Unhappy With Wrestlemania, Talks WWE Frustrations In Candid Interview (VIDEO)
Ryback faced Kalisto for the United States Championship in a losing effort two weeks ago at Wrestlemania 32. It was a solid match with impressive work from both men, owing to some genuine in-ring chemistry. But there was only one catch: the match was on the pre-show. In fact, it was the opening match on the pre-show rather than the main card, meaning the two men performed in front of a small fraction of the nearly 100,000 people who would later fill the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas that night.
In an interview with Dubai radio personality Myles, Ryback talked about his WWE frustrations in a surprisingly candid interview. He would state that while Wrestlemania was still a good moment for him, it wasn’t without certain frustrations. It’s a really compelling interview that gives a look into how driven Ryback is. But it’s also a bit sad too, since you can tell how frustrated he is about being misused. And I can’t say I blame him. He’s much better than his push right now, in my opinion. Watch the interview video below:
“The last 3 WrestleManias have not been great. I’m not going to go into a lot of detail on that but it would’ve been nice to have been on the show where both of us belong. The US Title definitely belongs on there. Hopefully next year, if there is a next year, that it will be a better experience.”
“I am The Big Guy, the best big guy in the world and there is nobody like me.”
“I’ve heard in this business hard work doesn’t always pay off. So maybe The Big Guy has to go find another world where that does pay off. But you work really, really hard at something and you dedicate yourself, and you sometimes have to be told you’re somewhere else. That’s a tough pill to swallow time and time again but I’ve never stopped believing in myself and I never will. Next year should undoubtedly be a big year for The Big Guy.”
What do you think of Ryback’s interview? Do you agree or disagree with his opinions on his Wrestlemania spot, his current push, and his overall theory about hard work in the industry? Sound off in the comments!
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