IGN has a new interview up with "Mr. Money in the Bank" Dolph Ziggler. In the interview, Ziggler discusses the Money in the Bank ladder match, his backstage mentors, hosting WWE Download, and more.
In the following excerpt, Ziggler discusses his confrontation with Chris Jericho and where it may be heading:
"I don't know where we're going to go with it right now. He came out on Monday and interrupted me and...you know, believe it or not, whenever I get to talk, I also just get to tell the truth. Mick Foley came out a few months ago and all I did was tell the truth about him. Jericho came out and interrupted me, which was a very Jericho thing to do, and it was supposed to be my big moment. I was just finally grabbing the mic for the third time in years. And I was a huge fan of his when I was growing up, but all I did was tell the truth and ask him 'When's the last time you won something? Or did something important?' And now I would love to see what he has to say back to me on Monday. Because I left him speechless. I'm the first guy in forever to do that."
Ziggler also discusses the "Let's Go Dolph!" chants that have recently appeared in the following excerpt:
"I'm a little torn about it because on one hand that means I'm not doing my job and selling myself as a bad guy. But for some reason, the people at our arena shows and our live events and Pay-Per-Views are rooting for me, I would have to say, because I'm just really good at what I do. Whether I win or lose or whether I'm a good guy or a bad guy."
Click here to read the full interview.
Thanks to Wrestling News World reader Dale Holton for sending this in.