Ryback recently was interviewed by the Miami Herald. During the chat they discussed his time in the WWE, working with Paul Heyman and more. The most interesting aspect was his comments on working with Heyman. Here a few highlights for you to check out.

The roller coaster ride of being a WWE Superstar:
"I came in 2012 and burst on the scene. I believe I was the most popular thing thing. Before the ‘Yes Movement’, there was the ‘Feed Me More’ movement. I took the WWE by storm. I was undefeated for some time, sometimes taking on two guys at one time. I jumped in the main event scene very quickly and stayed very popular with the WWE Universe for a long time. We made the switch and went an opposite way and took it all away. Not that I necessarily agreed with it at the time, but I feel it was a good move."

Ryback in and out of the ring:
"Through Twitter and everything else like that I’m just myself. A lot of people like to see that. When I’m in the ring I’m very intense. I consider myself a modern-day gladiator when I go out there. Social media and things like WrestleMania Axxess, this is my whole personality. On TV you can only catch so much. When I’m in the ring performing I’m a gladiator. Outside of it is different. If look at guys like Kurt Angle, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and The Rock, they were very diverse characters. Ryback is a very diverse character as well."

His time with Paul Heyman:
"I got absolutely nothing [from that]. It’s a time period I will not even think to look back on."

Curtis Axel:
"Curtis Axel is a great, amazing human being. Working with him is the most fun I’ve had in wrestling in some time. The only positive thing from Paul Heyman was getting to be around Curtis Axel and getting that out of it. Me and Curtis go back to developmental together. I’m very happy we are getting a chance to mesh and gel on TV and come together as RybAxel."