Ryback spoke with The Orlando Sentinel to promote WrestleMania 32. Here are the highlights.
On wrestling Kalisto at WrestleMania 32: I think David versus Goliath is such a great story. It’s an easy story to tell. I wish the build would have been a little more going into it and I would have liked a better spot on the card for Sunday. The opening match for WrestleMania is not a bad spot by any means. Kalisto is a very talented performer and the dynamic, the tools that he brings to the table and the tools that I bring to the table are going to create a very unique, interesting match.”
On if he feels like he’s back on track in WWE: “Yeah. Obviously, I’m nowhere near where I want to be here in the WWE. 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.”
You can read the entire interview here.