A day after Ryback asked the creative to take him off television, he was called to Vince McMahon’s office according to the reports from Wrestling Observer Radio. The reports also said that the Chairman of the board and the Big Guy had a discussion over his contract which expires in a few months but the sad news is they never got along on the same page and reached to an agreement due to some constraints that were stagnant.
Ryback’s issue with WWE is ongoing for quite a long now and he decided to bring it to public, the night of Payback and the following night on Raw. At payback which was held live from Chicago, Ryback mocked CM Punk’s hometown and even tried something to humiliate the WWE officials by wearing a belt in his waist which read “Pre-show stopper.” The next night he decided to walk out of Raw after the loss against Kalisto, even after he dominated the match up.

Ryback’s issue with WWE started last month when he commented in an interview that he is thinking to jump ship from WWE. The superstar who debuted as an unstoppable force has come down to jobber role who is only used to put over new guys. He is the perfect example of how an extremely talented guy can be wasted by WWE years after years. With the bad bookings one after another, he is not seen in the main event scene despite all his credentials and past accomplishments.
With not at all happy with the Creative, Ryback asked the Creative to keep him off TV until they come up on the same page with interesting storylines and also in terms of payment issues. Since the meeting with Vince, went in vain, Cagesideseats.com reports that the match against Kalisto at WWE Payback might have been his last in WWE.

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