The WWE continue to rile the wrestlers recently 'fired' by the company with Superstar Ryback the latest to vent his frustration with the company.
Ryback, alongside Dolph Ziggler and Erik Rowan, was 'fired' by the WWE (specifically The Authority) for their part in Triple H and Stephenie McMahon's defeat at the Survivor Series late in 2014.
And now it seems that the WWE are actively keeping the wrestlers away from the organization - or so Ryback would have us believe after he took to social media to reveal that he was refused entry to a recent WWE live event.
Claiming to have tried to attend a live event in Las Vegas last night the WWE Superstar was quite rightly furious at having been turned away.
Even if the WWE, and Triple H in particular, are trying to make the 'fired' superstars pay, the fact that they wouldn't let Ryback in even having paid for an official ticket to the event rather than using his wrestler status to get backstage, shows that they aren't ready to relieve the pressure just yet.
Ryback's outburst isn't the fired from the 'fired' trio of wrestlers since their public dismissal earlier this month.
Less than 24 hours after having been shown the door - in what is widely accepted as a kayfabe storyline - Dolph Ziggler published an extended rant against those in charge of the WWE on his official Twitter account.
Ryback may not be the most popular WWE Superstar but his treatment by the powers that be, in what must have been an embarrassing moment for him, is surely likely to win him a few fans at least.