Don't try and call The Big Guy's bluff.
Former WWE Superstar Ryback (The Big Guy) had fans from the pro wrestling world buzzing earlier this month when he made the claim that WWE requires all of their wrestlers to turn over the passwords to all of their social media accounts.
While the claim was subsequently denied, The Big Guy wasn't going to leave any doubts about the matter.
Ryback took to social media this weekend to share a photo of a letter he received from WWE threatening him with legal action if he did not turn over the login information to his Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat pages, as well as his "FeedMeMore.com" official website, due to the Ryback name and "Feed Me More" catchphrase appearing within them, and because they are both the copyrighted intellectual property of WWE.
"This is just [one] document from [WWE] where they tried to threaten me to HAND OVER all my Social Media accounts that I created," wrote The Big Guy (Ryan Reeves) via his official Twitter page on Saturday. "I have spoke the truth  percent on everything and have no reason to lie."
The Big Guy concluded, "Why would a multi-billion dollar company need my social media you ask? #Power."
Check out Ryback's proof, which is a photo of the threatening legal letter he received from WWE, below.
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