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Ryback lashes out at reporter who criticized Nia Jax for injuring Becky Lynch

Nia Jax has received a lot of criticism for injuring Becky Lynch on Raw this past Monday. Jax hit Lynch with a stiff and hard shot during the invasion segment that broke Lynch’s face and busted open her nose. It was determined that “The Irish Lasskicker” was far too injured to compete at Survivor Series this weekend.

Lynch was initially scheduled to face Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey at this weekend’s PPV, which was the most anticipated bout of the night. Now, Charlotte Flair will be facing Rousey after being hand-selected by Lynch to be her replacement on last night’s SmackDown Live.

F4WOnline’s Bryan Alvarez recently took to Twitter to offer Jax some criticism. While he doesn’t want to see Jax lose her job over the incident, he believes she should be sent back down to developmental:

“Well, there you go. That was not an inadvertent elbow. She punched her right in the face. I don’t want anyone to lose their job, but at the very least Nia needs to be sent back to developmental for awhile. This isn’t the first, second or even third time this has happened.”

This apparently infuriated former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback, who jumped to Jax’s defense and insulted Alvarez in the process:

“Shut the f*ck up. Who the hell are you to make a statement like that? You’re a f*cking mark and your sh*t opinion is the reason a lot of people spew hate onto wrestlers. You’re a p*ssy who can’t do it, so you criticize those who can. Mistakes happen, your parents understand that”

Ryback didn’t end there, adding the following:

“All wrestlers get this kind of hate. They can’t say anything most times and it’s understandable. I on the other hand do what I want when I want and answer to only me. It’s unacceptable to spew hate like that at professionals. Professionals whom have actually made it.”

Alvarez responded to Ryback’s comments with the following:

“I started wrestling in the mid-90s. In over 1,000 matches with everyone from Buddy Wayne to Lance Storm to Rock & Roll Express and Los Villanos and Larry Sweeney and Jack Evans and everyone else, I never hurt anyone, ever. Pretty sure I’m qualified to give my opinion on working.”


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