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Ryback Blames WWE.com for "Goldberg" Chants, Says He Will Eventually Beat Goldberg
By Marc Middleton
Sep 28, 2013 - 11:50:14 PM

- While promoting WWE 2K14 in India this past week, Ryback was asked about fans chanting "Goldberg" during his matches. Ryback said:

"When I first started with WWE, I did not get that [Goldberg chants] right away. But then the WWE.com website actually posted an article - because people that run the website aren't necessarily the ones at TV - and they wrote that I channeled Bill Goldberg before my matches, which is completely false. So whatever creative genius did that... a bunch of people read that article on the .COM, and the chants started a week after because of that brilliant article that was posted."

"It's something that never bothers me, but I'm a man of my own identity and eventually the people that keep chanting it, they're going to make me a ton of money because I'm going to have to beat him eventually. We'll get him back and I'll beat him."

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