WWE News: Dolph Ziggler to get inducted in Hall of Fame
Who said amateur wrestling records doesn't pay-off?
Dolph Ziggler has been one of the most popular superstars in the current roster of WWE. Before joining WWE, Ziggler was a part of collegiate wrestling. He started his amateur wrestling career from Kent State University. During his stay in the University, Ziggler was mainly responsible for the most career wins in the team's history. He had 121 victories between 2000 and 2003.
As reported by wrestlinginc.com, Kent State Athletics announced last week that the former World Champion will be inducted into the 2016 Kent State University Athletics Hall of Fame. This will be the 38th annual ceremony and it takes place on Saturday, September 17th. The WWE Superstar confirmed the news, by posting this image on Twitter :
Dolph Ziggler was offered a WWE contract on 2004 and he made his main roster debut on 2006, as a part of the Spirit Squad. After the failure of Spirit Squad, Ziggler was repackaged. The ‘new’ Dolph Ziggler made his re-debut on 2008. Since then, he has been a constant stay on the WWE main roster. In his 8 year stay in the company, he has won the Intercontinental Championship, United States Championship, Tag team Champion and the World Championship as well.