WWE News: Dolph Ziggler reacts to his win at Clash of Champions
What's the story?
WWE.Com posted a fallout video of Dolph Ziggler reacting to his win at Clash of Champions PPV. In the video, Ziggler states that all bad things must come to an end eventually and talks about his motivations.
In case you didn't know...
Dolph Ziggler had been in a rut as of late, accomplishing nothing significant for the past year. He was mostly part of gateway feuds with newcomers from NXT to get them over and was fast building the reputation of losing all the big matches.
Ziggler was most recently involved in a feud with Bobby Roode which he ended up losing too. Things were not looking up for The Showoff and he certainly needed this victory to keep himself relevant.
As of late, Ziggler has taken up the gimmick of a man who hates grand entrances and larger than life personas; somebody who focuses only on in-ring competition.
Initially, the matchup was between Roode and Corbin but Ziggler was added later on.
The heart of the matter...
Dolph Ziggler has been with the WWE for more than 10 years and is a former 2-time World Champion.
It was sad to see such a talented and loyal athlete being squandered by the WWE and not being used to his potential.
With this victory, Ziggler has become a 2-time US Champion and hopefully, his career will only move uphill from here.
He talked about how every bad thing must come to an end, and that is especially true in his case as after all the effort he has managed to become champion yet again.
It was being speculated that Ziggler will be quitting WWE once his current contract expires; but seeing that the WWE have put their trust in him by making him the US Champion, it seems likely that he will stick around for the coming time.
I think Dolph can be a great asset to the company if booked correctly. It is unfortunate that the WWE has never really pushed him to the top and pulled the plug on his momentum every time he gets over. Hopefully, it will be different this time.
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