Ryback is making headlines again, but for all the wrong reasons. The former WWE star is trying his hardest to stay relevant in WWE circles but he’s racking up some seriously negative engagement in the process. Recently, he tweeted some disturbing things about WWE Chairman Vince McMahon’s dead mother. Following his controversial statements, fans were ruthless as they called him out on social media.

Earlier this week, Ringside News reported that those backstage in WWE view Ryback as “a nut case,” and he has a snowball’s chance in Hell at coming back.

On May 1st, 2022, The Big Guy took to Twitter to share his side of the story. He argued that, “If a man broke into your house & was going to hurt your family would you just sit there and be positive & loving or would you do what we needed to be done?” He further added that the years of torment WWE put him through are coming full circle.

“6 years of evil that many of you can’t see, so it’s best to not judge off 1 thing that needed to be done. The truth will win”

It seems that he’s had enough of fans calling him out for his latest rant. He may delete his tweet, but fans will dig down to the deepest parts of the internet to roast him for his comments. Despite what he says, dragging Vince McMahon’s dead mother was a wrong move, especially since he called her a whore months after her passing.

The Big Guy continues to burn his bridges, if there are any left, with Vince McMahon and WWE. Stay tuned to Thirsty for further updates. You can check out his tweet below.

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