At the present time, Dolph Ziggler is in the middle of a United States title program against Baron Corbin and Bobby Roode where he is being placed as the veteran WWE performer in the match’s story. Although Roode has accomplished a lot it didn’t happen in WWE, so he’s still a newbie apparently.
But as the WWE Universe waits for Clash Of Champions to see if Dolph Ziggler can add to his collection of accomplishments he might be actually looking to head out the door soon enough.
The Show Off recently spoke to E&C’s Pod Of Awesomeness where he discussed the fact that he will be making a decision about his WWE future very soon.
“I have a very short amount of time left to figure out if I want to do that again or if there’s something to reach for. All I could reach for is fun-ass matches and tearing it down on the weekends because it doesn’t seem to be a specific great prize to be reaching for here that I can attain, so I can be patted on the back and told, ‘you’re our guy – you’re our Shawn Michaels. You’re so good at this – we can’t do this without you!’ and then kind of see a bunch of guys not in that position coast right by. So there [are] no feelings hurt. It’s a show business thing where I love it and in a very short time, I will have to decide if I need to go away and do my own thing or if I need to find a different role here.”
If Ziggler can’t find a better spot on SmackDown Live, The Show Off might very well be taking off. He said he still loves the business but he’s obviously looking for more out of the deal and if WWE can’t provide that for him I’d imagine Ziggler could find another home soon enough to tear the house down for.
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