Since a working relationship with the Ultimate Warrior has been reestablished, there are talks that WWE is trying to put him into a quick match at Wrestlemania 30. An opponent that has been discussed is none other than Ryback, a performer who has been in the dog house with management for quite a few months now.
Aside from being utilized to help promote Brock Lesnar, who works a limited schedule, there does not appear to be much of a story line for Paul Heyman backstage. After being split apart from Curtis Axel and Ryback, management hasn't shown an interest in adding new guys for the former ECW owner to work with.
While the chances of it happening are extremely close to none because the two sides simply cannot come to an agreement on financial terms, WWE is still holding out a little bit of hope that they can sign Goldberg and have him wrestle Ryback at Wrestlemania 30.
During Monday Night Raw, Jerry Lawler made a comment about how Ryback isn't smart enough to know the two directions that an elevator can go. That prompted a respon from Ryback on Twitter, where the WWE star mentioned about Miss Kitty, Lawler's former wife.
It appears that Ryback might have reached his boiling point with all of the online rumors regarding his situation in WWE. He has posted several messages on Twitter, most of which were deleted shortly afterwards, about his potential release from the company.
Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and two of their children attended an MMA class taught by former WWE diva Eve Torres and her husband. Some pictures were posted on Instagram and Twitter, where the girls took a subtle jab at Matt Hardy while showcasing a choke hold.
"We both want kids. I want a little Miz running around, even though I know he is going to be the most annoying kid in the world. If he is anything like his father, then my God! I'm definitely preparing for that, but who knows how long that will be. There has definitely been talks, and my outlook on WWE is I'm still going to do as I always have. I'm going to work as hard as I can to entertain those audiences, whether it's on WWE or on a movie from WWE Studios."