XFINITY has a new Q&A online with Dolph Ziggler to promote Wrestlemania 29. In it, he's asked about part-time talent in WWE.
XFINITY: You mentioned the people on the lighter schedules. We’re approaching a Wrestlemania where four of the six main eventers don’t wrestle that often. Does that annoy you, does it inspire you?
Dolph Ziggler: It’s both. It really pisses me off. But, it also is good business. Every year a part timer comes back, but there’s a reason that they’re back. Whether it’s the fans want to see them, if they’re a draw, if they’re a movie star, there’s a reason that they’re back. They’re not back just to do it. There’s business to be had. And it pisses me off and it motivates me a hundred percent. It makes me want to be that guy that they’re begging to come back. I appreciate it, it’s just good business. When people come to Wrestlemania to see the Rock and the Undertaker and they leave that Wrestlemania thinking, “Wow, that Dolph Ziggler stole the show. I can’t wait to tune in to ‘Raw’ to see what he does next.” That’s how I’ve lived my entire career.
You can read the lengthy Q&A here where Ziggler reveals his childhood favorite was Ric Flair and put over Arn Anderson as the unsung hero at this link.
Thanks to Wrestling News World reader Alyssa Dmyterko for sending us the link.