— After his WWE return on Monday’s RAW, Ryback spoke with Eden backstage.
Ryback mentioned that he’s been through a lot of troubles in WWE, but he’s human. He said when he came in to the WWE, he came in like a wrecking ball with his sights on the WWE Championship, but fell short in both attempts.
He talked about how he became someone he didn’t like, someone that was unfair to the fans and had his own insecurities.
Ryback went on to say that sometimes you have to take a step or two back, look in the mirror and assess the situation. He said the WWE Universe needs a hero right now more than ever, and he’s the guy for the job. He said that he’ll never be bad like before and that he’s coming back with full force.
— As we noted recently, WWE legend The Undertaker will be working as somewhat of an “adviser” to WWE developmental talents and would be going to the WWE Performance Center to offer advice.
Apparently the deal is that Taker will be able to pick and choose the dates that he works and it won’t be anything like a regular full-time role. The idea is for him to come in, give NXT talents some pointers and help drive the “WWE etiquette” into developmental talents.
Another reason is that WWE wants up-and-coming talents to know what is expected of them if and when they reach the main roster, and they feel Undertaker is the perfect guy to handle that.