Dolph Ziggler is touted as one of the top in-ring workers in the company, making sure to give it his all and make any opponent look good in the process. However, many fans have said over the years that Ziggler is underrated and has not been utilized to the best of his potential. It seems he hinted at a huge match recently as well.

Ziggler had all the tools to make it big in the company, and he’s still a great workhorse. Ziggler is actually a two-time World Heavyweight Champion, having won the title back in 2011 and 2013 respectively.

In a backstage confrontation shared on social media last week, LA Knight confronted Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode, before they informed him that they do not work on Tuesdays.

For the past week or so, NXT Champion and Bron Breakker have been taking shots at each other. Following Ziggler getting eliminated in the Royal Rumble, Bron Breakker commented on a video of the same and referenced Ziggler’s previous comments.


“Says he doesn’t work on Tuesdays … apparently he can’t work on Saturday either “

While speaking during a backstage interview after this week’s episode of Monday Night RAW, Dolph Ziggler addressed Bron Breakker’s comments and hinted at challenging him for the NXT Championship as Ziggler stated he could appear on NXT.

So maybe one of these days those people who run their mouths online, they have to deal with me in person – so maybe Breakker and his title….maybe I take it away from him, maybe I’ll stop by, who’s to say?

We will have to wait and see if the Showoff will make his way to NXT 2.0 and challenge Bron Breakker for the NXT Championship as it would certainly make for a great match.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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