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Ryback on fans taking WWE too seriously, when his push with the company ended

Ryback

Former WWE Star and Intercontinental Champion Ryback talked about his WWE career and what ended his push in the company, as well as fans who take the product seriously on a recent episode of his podcast Conversation With The Big Guy.

Ryback said that his loss to CM Punk was the pont where his momentum within the company was killed.

“I could have done a million different things. When I first got put into the main event, the first thing they should have done is that I shouldn’t have lost when I did with CM Punk. I should have never been put in that position with the momentum that we had. We had that for about 7, 8 months after that. Or, you avoid putting me into that position altogether and you continue to build me up and letting the process naturally evolve. That was about it. It’s not rocket science. We had lightning in a bottle, and they decided to let it out, and that is all there is to it,” Ryback said. “That could be recaptured in the right situation again, but you have to have both sides going for the same goal. If they’re not, then s**t happens. Everything was great, and there were good moments from that run, but anybody that knows anything about pro wrestling knows that it was all by design. It is what it is, it was a great learning experience, but who the f**k cares. It’s all fake anyways.”

About fans who take the product too seriously, Ryback thinks that there is only a small amount of people who do it. He maintains that WWE cannot please everyone and they need to understand that.

“I only think there is an outrage with a small percentage online where everyone migrates towards each other. The noise gets louder because they are all talking to each other, and are screaming to be heard. You aren’t going to please everybody. There are trillions of people on the planet. They have a product, and are making money obviously,” Ryback said. “They have a system that they have in place where they want an emphasis on the brand and not on an individual superstar. They know what exactly they are doing. When people are hot and cold, they know what they are doing and when they are doing it and know why they are doing it. They have an exact system in place. The brand makes money and you are never going to please everybody anyways. Even when they go in a direction where they put the championship on AJ Styles, you are going to have people that are going to be pissed off. They would say that Nakamura should be champion, etc. There’s always going to be people that are going to be outraged no matter what they do.

 

H/T to WrestlingInc for the transcription.


  • CC

    He is still going on about this crap as if he knows best. He failed because WWE pushed a guy who was not ready for it, and beyond his feed me more chants, he really was not as over as he thinks he was.

    He says WWE did not know what it was doing and jumped the gun, yet when he is talking about fans taking it too seriously he says “They have a system that they have in place where they want an emphasis
    on the brand and not on an individual superstar. They know what exactly
    they are doing. When people are hot and cold, they know what they are
    doing and when they are doing it and know why they are doing it. They
    have an exact system in place.”

    He is an idiot, and a poor wrestler. And the sooner he realises that, the sooner he will realise why his push failed.