Ryback shows his proof that WWE asks wrestlers for their social media accounts.
A report made the rounds on social media recently that had to do with WWE reportedly asking their wrestlers for their social media pages. It was first mentioned by Mike Johnson of PWInsider on PWInsider Elite Audio during-which Johnson stated that he believes WWE has the right to their employees' social media accounts.
"I believe WWE has the right to control Twitter accounts. When you sign there, you're told to give your password over to the digital media department, and you're told not to give your password to anyone else. It's possible that anything that pops up there in terms of pushing storylines those have been pushed by digital media," said Johnson.
Former WWE Intercontinental Champion Ryback chimed in on the argument and today, he posted what he claims to be a legal document from WWE which shows that the company asked him for his social media accounts.
This is just 1 Document from @wwe where they tried to threaten me to HAND OVER all my Social Media accounts that I created. I have spoke the truth -- percent on everything and have no reason to lie. Why would a multi billion dollar company need my social media you ask? #Power pic.twitter.com/0SlEHSwzSs— The Big Guy (@Ryback22) May 11, 2019