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Ryback (Ryan Reeves) grew up on 10 November, 1981 in Las Vegas, NV, is an American professional wrestler. Find Ryback’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 39 years of age.

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How old? 40 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 10 November 1981
Born day 10 November
Birthplace Las Vegas, NV
Nationality NV

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Ryback How tall, Weight & Measurements

At 40 years of age. Ryback height is 6′ 3″ and Weight 291 lbs.

How tall 6′ 3″
Weight 291 lbs
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Romance & Status of the relationship

He is currently single. He is single.. We don’t have much Find out more about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has never had children..

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Ryback income

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2021. So, how much is Ryback worth at the age of 40 years of age. Ryback’s income source is mostly from being a successful Wrestler. Born and raised in NV. We have estimated Ryback’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

income in 2021 $1 Million – $5 Million
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income in 2019 Pending
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Immediately after announcing his departure from WWE, Reeves announced via IG username that he would be taking independent bookings. As of 2021, he has not lost a match on the independent circuit since August 2017.


On the November 12 episode of SmackDown, Ryback would enter the 16-man tournament to crown the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion, but he would lose to Kalisto in the first round. At Survivor Series, Ryback participated in a five-on-five elimination tag team match, teaming with The Usos and The Lucha Dragons to defeat The New Day, Sheamus and King Barrett. In December, Ryback started a feud with Rusev after interrupting Rusev and the returning Lana on Miz TV, which would lead to a match between the two at TLC, where Ryback was defeated by Rusev by technical knockout. On January 24, 2016, Ryback competed in the Royal Rumble match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship as the ninth entrant, but was eliminated by Big Show.


Ryback then began a tag team with fellow former Paul Heyman Guy Curtis Axel collectively labelled as “RybAxel”, and on the December 6 episode of SmackDown, they defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a non-title match to earn a shot at the titles. RybAxel received their title shot on December 15 at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, but were defeated by Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a four-way elimination match, also involving Big Show/Rey Mysterio and The Real Americans (Antonio Cesaro and Jack Swagger). RybAxel received another shot at the WWE Tag Team Championship on April 6, 2014, on the WrestleMania XXX pre-show, but were defeated by defending champions The Usos in a fatal four-way elimination match, which also included Los Matadores and The Real Americans. At Payback, RybAxel defeated Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a tag team match. At Money in the Bank, RybAxel lost to Gold and Stardust. On July 2, it was announced that Ryback and Axel would be competing for the vacant Intercontinental Championship in a 19-man battle royal at Battleground, but neither Ryback or Axel managed to win. On August 26, 2014, Ryback underwent hernia surgery.

On the February 4 episode of SmackDown, Ryback debuted a new look, abandoning his singlet and now sporting black trunks, where he defeated Erick Rowan, but was attacked by The Wyatt Family. Ryback teamed up with Big Show and Kane, being billed as “the titans” of WWE, to defeat Wyatt Family members Erick Rowan, Luke Harper and Braun Strowman in a six-man tag team match at Fastlane, with Ryback pinning Harper for the victory. The next night on Raw, during a rematch between the two teams, Ryback walked out on Big Show and Kane, and later proclaimed that he was tired of being in tag team matches, turning heel in the process for the first time since 2014.

According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, Dolph Ziggler received a concussion from a stiff clothesline by Reeves in a January 2014 match, with Johnson reporting that this damaged Reeves’s reputation among peers along with ongoing complaints of his recklessness – a reason why his recent pushes were aborted. In November 2014, CM Punk labelled Reeves as a “steroid guy” and said that wrestling him “took 20 years off” his life, while also claiming that Reeves purposely broke his ribs. Reeves denied the notion that he is a hazardous wrestler, and claimed that he would not be placed in matches with top WWE stars if he were as unsafe as some have claimed. Veteran wrestler Chris Jericho also dismissed the allegations of dangerous in-ring performance directed at Reeves, saying: “Having worked with [him], I’ve never seen those types of things… it was always fun”.


Reeves has garnered praise from peers such as Wade Barrett, who called himself “a huge fan of Ryback”. WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley said Ryback “had been doing a great job” in his solo promos, and that Ryback’s first verbal interaction opposite Foley in 2013 “went really well”.


Reeves returned to television on the April 6, 2012, episode of WWE SmackDown, under the Ryback ring name as a fan favorite. Ryback’s 38 match winning streak ended in a WWE Championship match against CM Punk at Hell in a Cell in October 2012, where he lost after a controversial pin by referee Brad Maddox. He failed to capture the title twice more from Punk, first at Survivor Series, and then on the January 7, 2013 episode of Raw, both times being interfered and attacked by The Shield (Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins).

Reeves’s in-ring work as Ryback has been criticized by some writers and fans since 2012, when IGN reporter Matt Fowler described Reeves as “green”, “unsafe”, and lacking in stamina. This was after Reeves botched his Shell Shocked (a cradle suplex lifted and dropped into a running horizontal muscle buster) finishing move multiple times on Tensai on the October 1 episode of Raw, which was described by an IB Times writer as “hard to watch”. Reeves later attributed the error to sickness and improper technique on his part. Readers of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter voted Ryback the “Most Overrated” wrestler in the publication’s 2012 awards, and WWE live crowds went on to chant “You can’t wrestle” at Reeves in 2013. On the other hand, Jon Piermarini felt that Reeves had the potential to be successful under a new gimmick, stating: “I see a lot of good qualities and I see someone who can talk, I see someone that could be different and stand out… I think that there’s something there”.


One of the eight finalists on WWE’s Tough Enough 4, Reeves later signed a developmental contract with WWE and wrestled in three of its developmental territories: Deep South Wrestling (DSW), Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), and Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). He participated in the first season of NXT in early 2010, under the ring name Skip Sheffield, and joined WWE’s main roster later that year as part of The Nexus before being sidelined due to injury. Following his return as Ryback, he headlined several pay-per-view events for WWE and became a one-time Intercontinental Champion before his acrimonious departure from the company in 2016.

On February 16, 2010, Sheffield was announced as one of eight FCW contestants to take part in the first season of WWE’s new NXT show, where he finished sixth.

On the June 7 episode of WWE Raw, Sheffield and the seven other NXT participants interfered in the main event match between John Cena and CM Punk, attacking both competitors as well as the announcing team before dismantling the ring area and surrounding equipment. The group, named The Nexus,would continue feuding with Cena over the following weeks. This resulted in a seven-on-seven elimination tag team match at the 2010 SummerSlam, where The Nexus lost to Team WWE led by Cena. In August, Reeves broke his ankle during a match, which made him undergo three surgeries and kept him away from wrestling for over a year until December 2011.

The following night on Raw, Ryback saved WWE Champion John Cena from assault by Mark Henry before attacking Cena as well, turning heel in the process for the first time since 2010. The following week on Raw, Ryback explained his attack on Cena as stepping out from his shadow and getting revenge for Cena not having his back against The Shield; before Ryback got a measure of revenge later that night, by allowing the Shield to attack Cena. After becoming the number one contender to the WWE Championship, but Ryback continued his feud with Cena by attacking him on several occasions while also having confrontations with The Shield. Ryback received his title opportunity in a Last Man Standing match on May 19 at Extreme Rules. The match ended in a no contest after Ryback rammed Cena and himself into the electric backdrop at the top of the ramp. The following night on Raw, Ryback entered the arena in an ambulance and challenged Cena to an ambulance match for the WWE Championship at the first-ever Payback pay-per-view. The following week on the May 27 episode of Raw, Cena accepted Ryback’s challenge, but announced their match would instead be a 3 Stages of Hell match; the first fall a lumberjack match, the second a tables match, and the third an ambulance match. On June 16 at Payback, Ryback won the lumberjack match, but went on to lose both the tables and ambulance matches and his shot at the WWE Championship, to end the feud.


After over a year’s absence, Reeves returned to OVW under the ring name Ryback and won the OVW Heavyweight Championship on October 15, 2008 before losing it in the same month.

Soon after the title loss, Reeves was then re-signed to a developmental contract with WWE. From late 2008 to early 2010, Reeves wrestled in Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) under the ring name of Ryback and later Skip Sheffield.


Reeves sent a brief one-minute videotape of himself to become a contestant on WWE’s reality television series, $1,000,000 Tough Enough, and was invited to Venice Beach with 49 others. During the first week of training, Reeves suffered from bronchitis and a rib injury. He eventually became one of the eight finalists to appear on SmackDown! and the last to be voted off. Even though he did not win the competition, Reeves impressed WWE officials enough for them to sign him to a developmental contract. He spent time healing from his injuries in Las Vegas before heading to Atlanta, Georgia in March 2005.

After training in Deep South Wrestling (DSW) for most of 2005 and early 2006, Reeves was transferred over to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) in early March. In July 2006, Reeves was suspended for 30 days due to failing a drug test as part of WWE’s Wellness Program. According to Reeves, he had been taking several over the counter bodybuilding supplements, one of which caused a positive reading. The supplements he was using were later taken off the market due to this effect and, although his suspension remained in place, Reeves eventually returned to the roster after passing a second test. His case was later featured on the CNN documentary Death Grip: Inside Pro Wrestling.


The Ryback character has been described as “Goldberg meets The Ultimate Warrior meets Rob Van Dam’s tights”. Owing to similarities between him and Goldberg (the latter of whom was estranged from WWE at the time, due to his own failed stint with the company in 2003-2004), the portmanteau of “Ryberg” was devised for Reeves. In October 2012, after Reeves allegedly “stole” a move used by Goldberg during a match, Goldberg would respond by stating, “now comparisons offend me”. Spectators at WWE events had been chanting “Goldberg” during Reeves’ matches from 2012, which Reeves said “never bothered [him]”. In response to podcast host and mixed martial artist Chael Sonnen’s confusion about Ryback’s appeal in late 2014, former WWE writer Jon Piermarini noted that the creative staff were doing “essentially the exact same thing they did with the character when it did not work or catch on the first time” and would only continue to get Goldberg’s character over as Ryback.


Ryback Allen Reeves (born Ryan Allen Reeves; November 10, 1981) is an American professional wrestler. He is best known for his time in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), where he performed under the ring name Ryback.

Ryback Allen Reeves grew up Ryan Allen Reeves in Las Vegas on November 10, 1981. He started watching professional wrestling at the age of eight, and was a guest bell ringer at a live World Wrestling Federation (WWF, later WWE) event at the age of 12. Wanting to become a professional wrestler, Reeves began lifting weights at 12 years of age.and was nicknamed “Silverback” as a teenager after a friend joked that he resembled a gorilla, later adopting part of it as his name. He excelled at baseball and football while attending Western High School and Palo Verde High School. He also played baseball during his freshman year at the Community College of Southern Nevada, but broke his leg and missed two seasons. He attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, entering its fitness management program. He spent the next two years concentrating on training to enter professional wrestling while working part-time at the Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino.