UPDATED: More on Ryback's Twitter Claim that He Was Released by WWE
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 01.12.2014
Ryback said he has his "last show"...
Ryback continued the odd string of Twitter posts earlier today. He tweeted that his house show appearance in Buffalo, New York last night was his "last show." Ryback was in action teaming up with Curtis Axel. They lost to the Prime Time Players at the event.
You can check out Ryback's latest series of tweets below:
Last night at my last show the crowd chanted Ryback and Ryback Rules clap clap clap over and over. I thank you it will forever be remembered
Would like to thank the internet community for all of the support through these confusing times. Not sure where my career stands I may quit.
Only thing I ask from all of u the great internet community is follow me get me to a million followers and declare me your king. KingBigGuy
- As reported last night, Ryback took to Twitter to act like a heel as he tends to do and caused some confusion when he posted:
Was just released. Thank you
That Tweet, along with others, have since been deleted from his account. Ryback was not actually claiming that he was released by WWE; as he had noted on Twitter, he was pulled over by a cop car under the belief that his GPS was a cell phone. When he said he was "released," it was meant to mean that the officer let him drive away.
PWInsider reports that Ryback is still with WWE and has definitely not been released.