Dolph Ziggler has become a mainstay on WWE television since his 2004 signing with the company. He began as member of the Spirit Squad and has since won numerous titles, including the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, the NXT Championship, and the Intercontinental Championship.

Several fans have said over the years that Ziggler is underrated and has yet to be used to his full potential. He was also the NXT Champion for a while until he lost it to Bron Breakker.

While speaking on Casual Conversations with The Classic, Dolph Ziggler talked about his goals in the pro wrestling world. Ziggler stated that he wants to help the next generation and leave the business better than it was.

When it comes to now, 2022, it’s just finding someone, like a Theory, who’s quickly picking it up, crushing it, and be able to have some time on the weekends, live event matches where we don’t have to go to commercial in 90 seconds, we have 25-30 minutes, and you beat him down, and you see what he could do and you see if he could pass that onto someone else when you’re done. So things like that are much more important to me, leaving the business better than when you started and actually have a meaningful impact on not just young talent or talent the same age or even talent that are older than me. Being able to know that no matter what the win-loss record is out there, no matter what fans online say, everyone in that locker room says this is the guy I want leading my platoon, putting the company on his back, putting me over his shoulder and passing it on to the next generation.


Randy Orton also previously called Dolph Ziggler the greatest worker of his generation. We will have to wait and see what the company has planned for the Show-Off next.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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