Ryback on opening WrestleMania 32, whether he’s at the position he wants to be in

Logo_WWE_dnRyback spoke with Brian Fritz of the Orlando Sentinel and was asked if he feels he’s getting back to the level he wants to be at in WWE. “Obviously, I’m nowhere near where I want to be here in the WWE,” he said. “A lot of things are outside of my control. All I can do is continue is to prepare, work my best, feel my best, stay healthy, continuing honing my skills and my craft and being the best all-around wrestler that I can be and entertainer and performer. Outside of that, everything is out of my control. I have to prepare all the way going into a match to the finish of a match. The results speak for themselves but from a professional standpoint, I’m nowhere near satisfied. I’m always hungry. I will eventually be the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and put the company on my back. The sooner they realize that, the better.”

Ryback was also asked about opening WrestleMania 32 in the U.S. Title match with Kalisto and whether he likes the position to help set the tone for the rest of the show. “Absolutely,” he answered. “Again, I’m just stubborn. I always want more. I know I would like a better position but as far as being trusted to open the show and setting the mood for the rest of WrestleMania, that is a big spot to be in. I very love it from that aspect of it. And we are going to set the bar very high, that’s for sure.” Read the full interview at OrlandoSentinel.com.

Powell’s POV: Ryback also spoke about taking pride in staying healthy after battling some serious injuries in the past, his reaction to watching Undertaker to Brock Lesnar, how a machine changed his life, and more.


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