Ryback Hypes His Match With Mark Henry & Says He Was A Huge Razor Ramon Fan

Ryback spoke with NorthJersey.com this week to promote WrestleMania 29. Here are some highlights of what he said about:

His Leg Injury Being The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Him:
“Deep down in my heart I knew I couldn’t do what I needed to do with the name ‘Skip Sheffield. It’s a dopey name. It’s not a name that the general public will get behind, no matter what I’m doing out there. So being away for a year-and-a-half and coming back under my own terms was a blessing in disguise.”

Being a Part of WrestleMania This Year:

“Last year, I was sitting there watching in the stands as I was coming back from a big injury, and it was kind of still up in the air what we were going to do with [my character]. I was remaining positive, but I told myself last year ‘this was the last one that I’m sitting out [and] I’m going to be a part of the rest of them.’ It was such a horrible feeling not being a part of it.”

His WrestleMania 29 match against Mark Henry:

“You’re going to see two monsters going out there and it’s going to be a match unlike any other match on the card. I think at the end of the day it’s going to be a match people remember; Ryback lifting Mark Henry over his head Shell Shocking him and 70,000 plus screaming at the top of their lungs ‘Feed Me More’ with me.”

Who He Was A Fan of Growing Up:

“Shawn [Michaels] and Bret [Hart], I love. Those two, I didn’t know why I liked them, but I loved them growing up and now I obviously know why they were so good. Razor Ramon was actually my favorite for quite sometime. There was just something about [the character]. The reason I do that ‘finish it’ [taunt] with my arms is because, if you remember, Razor Ramon would always kind of fire it up and throw his arms out.”