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NewsRyback Shares WWE Letter Demanding Passwords to His Social Media

Ryback Shares WWE Letter Demanding Passwords to His Social Media



In a follow up from an earlier report  in which a WWE representative said that they do not ask talent to turn over their social media login information, Ryback has taken to social media to provide the documentation given to him after being released from WWE where the company asked for his login information:

“See a lot of people arguing over the document. Again this was in 2016, and I’m the registered owner of The Big Guy and Feed Me More, which I created before WWE. My legal name is Ryback Reeves, Ryback was created before WWE and there is video documentation of this.
The point of all of this was to show how they DEMANDED the social media accounts. They didn’t and don’t want me talking, and for good reason. I stand by everything I have said from day 1 and only want a better environment for the talent that holds @wwe together. Change will come.
So many are misinformed and so angry over things that aren’t facts. Your hate and energy is wasted over false beliefs. I speak up for my friends & those who came before because I care and I know, just like everyone inside those walls does. Quit putting @wwe on a pedestal.
I’m not bitter, I’m motivated. I walked away by choice and am free to make a difference where I can’t be punished inside their walls. They have personally gone out of their way to hurt me while there and gone, and yes it’s personal, but the system needs to change for all.”

It’s worth noting that this information is only being asked for because he is no longer a part of the company and there is no proof as to whether or not talent is asked to do this during their time with the company.

In any case, it’s clear that Ryback isn’t one to take the dismissal of his claims lightly.

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