Oh how the mighty have fallen. Crazy to think that on April 8th, 2013, Dolph Ziggler was on top of the world.
He cashed in his money in the bank contract and pinned Alberto Del Rio for his second reign as World Heavyweight Champion.
Fast forward to present day and he is jobbing to just about everyone. Dolph Ziggler needs something, anything to bring back his once promising career from the depths to which it has sunk.
Dolph Ziggler has been in the dog house for the past few months because many believe he is too critical of the company during promotional interviews. Instead of burying him they should capitalize on this. Just give him a mic and a few bullet points to hit. Ziggler is a far better talker than he has shown recently. If you have seen him doing off the cuff interviews he is very intriguing, engaging, and entertaining. Much like CM Punk’s famous “pipe bomb” promo I feel if given the freedom to air his grievances on Monday Night Raw, Dolph Ziggler would shine and the crowd would back him.
I like Dolph Ziggler as a face but he shines as a heel. You don’t want to cheer for the guy who could steal your girlfriend, you want to see him get his face smashed in. When Shawn Michaels kicked Marty Jannetty in the face and created his Heartbreak Kid persona people loathed him. They hated how conceited he was but they couldn’t deny his skill in the ring, Dolph Ziggler could follow this path to stardom. He is cocky, charismatic and one of the best in ring performers the WWE has on the roster right now. Maybe they could put him in an angle where he hits on one of the Bella Twins and you have an instant feud with either Daniel Bryan or John Cena right there. Dolph Ziggler’s character is supposed to be a heel, he thrives in this persona because deep down I don’t think it’s a gimmick. He believes he will steal the show and your girlfriend. My advice…let him