Ryback makes fun of CM Punk in brilliant new video

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It is widely well known that during his time in the WWE, CM Punk managed to annoy a lot of people.

One of them was Ryback, with the two having a notably terrible relationship that kicked into overdrive when Punk completely threw 'The Big Guy' under the bus during his tell-all interview on the Art of Wrestling podcast.

During that interview, Punk said that Ryback injured him on purpose and called him a terrible wrestler. Now he has hit back.


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According to the Twitter account MVPlaya, Ryback recorded a video of himself playing with a toy replica of himself and Punk.

With the Big Guy holding Punk in the air, he says "No Ryback, please don't let me go even though I deadweighted you."

Ryback proceeds to then throw the Punk toy and scream "nooooooo" as the toy Punk falls to the ground. 

You can take a look at the amazing video here...

"He goes on record saying I broke his ribs on purpose and this and that," Ryback said after the Punk interview.

"That's not true. And if it was, if he says that that happened, he never did anything about it, if he's this big bad tough guy. But it never happened. You've got a roster full of WWE talent that knows the real Ryback. Everyone knows the truth and what he said is not the truth."

Keep being you Ryback, don't change.

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