“AEW Will Have the Best Rating in All of Wrestling”- Former WWE Superstar Makes a Bold Claim

Published 10/23/2020, 7:30 AM EDT


If there is any superstar from the past who doesn’t leave a chance to take shots at WWE, its Ryback. The former Intercontinental champion hates Vince McMahon and the company to hell and back.

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Recently, Ryback took to Twitter and made a very bold prediction about the future of WWE. He has predicted that AEW will become the biggest company in all of pro wrestling.

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If Ryback’s claim does come true, it won’t be a surprise. Since its inception a year ago, AEW has always had the better of WWE in the ratings.

AEW Dynamite and AEW PPV’s have won most of the weekly battles. In fact, WWE NXT has struggled to match up with AEW Dynamite. The reason can be fans loving AEW’s brash, unapologetic, and savage style compared to WWE’s PG era kid-friendly product.

Ryback’s war with WWE is not only of words and Tweets on social media. The conflict between both parties has now entered the legal domain.

Ryback wants to expose WWE in an ongoing legal battle

A few days ago, Ryback took to Twitter to promise everyone he will expose WWE. Firstly, Ryback claimed that WWE suppressed his social media accounts. Another big issue was WWE owning the trademark of Ryback’s name which he wishes to use while wrestling for other companies.

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In another big claim, Ryback alleged that WWE has relationships with various media houses. WWE gets them to publish slanderous material about various people.

The hate between Ryback and WWE is getting uglier day by day. While Ryback keeps talking against them, WWE hasn’t spoken a word. Only time will reveal the fate of this fight.

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