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Ryback Has Strong Comments For Vince McMahon

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Former WWE Superstar Ryback discussed on his latest podcast the situation with Tyson Kidd. Kidd was seriously injured after taking Samoa Joe’s muscle buster during a dark match in 2015, he will likely never wrestle again.

There was apparently very little time given to Joe and Kidd to prepare for the match and Kidd was almost close to death. Ryback praised Kidd for being optimistic throughout the entire time he was recovering although he said Kidd has every right to whine and cry about his situation.

“WWE should make sure – 100% – that not only is he taken care of for the rest of his life, they should bend over backward time and time again for him. This guy loved wrestling and what they took away from him – and by the way, to take as long as they did to f**king apologize – I’m gonna personally say it right here on [my] podcast – f**k you Vince [McMahon] and f**k you Kevin [Dunn] for not being men and f**king apologizing to this human being that you ruined and Vince, you are a f**king piece of s**t. For everything that you did that night, to f**king go out there and create that circumstance, and you should hate yourself when you look in the mirror.”

He also ripped on Mark Carano and wishes that he should be fired for the decisions he made on that night.

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