There is a question in WWE fans’ minds: should we expect Ryback’s apology from Mark Henry for his recent Twitter comments?
Earlier this week, a question popped up on Twitter: “The best Superstar to never win the WWE Championship is?” The former WWE Superstar Ryback retweeted and remarked that wrestling is “fake,” and the championships are “props” to get performers over with the spectators.
“Wrestling’s fake guys and the Championships are props to market entertainers as ‘Champions.’” He claimed that nobody has ever won or lost a prop, as a scripted physical show is incapable of that.
Ryback is a wrestler who had signed with WWE in 2005 and worked with the company until 2016. He won the Intercontinental Championship on one occasion.
After that, WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry paid attention to those comments and said some strong words during his appearance on Busted Open.
Ryback’s Apology from Mark Henry for Recent Comments
“I am talking to you, Ryback, your name is not Ryback. I don’t even know your real name. Skip, whatever it is, you’re mistaken. Every wrestler that sees your face should walk up to you and say, ‘Hey, you are an as*.’ And I hope you know how to fight for real because you know and I know many people would whoop your as.”
Ryback has responded in a string of tweets, noting that his initial tweet to the WWE on FOX account was meant to be offensive.
“I have nothing but love for the wrestling business.” Ryback continued that he decided at 22 years old to drop out of college to pursue his dream, and he was with WWE for many years before walking away at 34 years old to save his health.
Could it be worded differently? Yes, but in 2021 where every podcast exposes the business just talking about it, including the show Mark may be a part of, and organizations are selling tickets to let fans see how the ‘magic’ works together with a bunch of other things letting the fans in. There’s lots of realism within the work and sacrifice that goes into being an expert wrestler.
So what do you think about it? Let us know in the comments box. We are eagerly waiting to see what you think.
Originally published at https://usdaynews.com on January 17, 2021.