Former Intercontinental Champion Ryback has said he is in talks with his attorney after recent events involving a Hall of Famer.
There is a chance that Ryback and Mark Henry’s social media rivalry could reach courtrooms soon. Ryback has recently taken to Twitter to tell the world that he is receiving legal advice in regards to their online feud.
The Big Guy tagged WWE, Mark Henry and Busted Open Radio in his accusation of “outright slander”, tweeting:
“Going to be speaking with my attorney concerning my options for the recent @wwe @themarkhenry @bustedopenradio situation of outright slander. Luckily enough people know me to know the truth, but can’t sit back and allow WWE to further do this. Thanks for the support.”
Earlier this month, Ryback tweeted about his grievances with WWE, accusing his former employer of supressing his social media accounts. With an image of a letter allegedly from WWE attached, Ryback commented on his account’s reach, tweeting:
“I have to keep pushing and please like and share. @wwe had my @Twitter and@instagram suppressed in 2016 when I didn’t give them my brand. Tik Tok doesn’t suppress me and you can see the major difference. Twitter suppresses me the hardest. 137 likes VS nearly a million.”
Ryback and WWE have had a very public battle over trademarks over the Ryback trademark. In February 2020, Ryback publicly addressed WWE, Vince McMahon and Triple H, accusing them of being petty and unnecessary for continuing the legal proceedings.
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