Ryback thinks that John Cena's transition to a part-timer is a win for everyone.
He recently talked to iHeartRadio's Domenick Nati about John Cena's shift away from a full time schedule to a part time one. Ryback applauded the change, saying there would be more room for others to succeed.
"John obviously knows what he's doing, he's a big boy," Ryback said. "He's been fortunate to have a lot of opportunities outside of wrestling where he can not take on that full schedule. He did it for a long, long time, so I think it's great he's doing other things outside of wrestling. I think as everyone can see, when you allow other talents the opportunity to succeed, they will always step up time and time again."
But when it comes to his own schedule, Ryback differs from Cena when it comes to acting. He'd rather focus on another venture.
My main focus has been on my Feed Me More nutrition line, with it being on Amazon has been huge for me and I'm getting ready to launch over in the U.K. in the upcoming weeks," he said. "It's an every day job, but I love being home and being active on it. And letting my body heal up and rest from the years of abuse, I had some stem cell surgery. There's a lot going on, but I'm mainly business-oriented right now."
Since leaving WWE on August 5 of last year, Ryback has mainly focused on independents and his own nutrition line.