Dolph Ziggler Talks Politics In Wrestling, How He Wants To Be Remembered

Dolph Ziggler Talks Politics In Wrestling, How He Wants To Be Remembered Photo: Johnny Gee Photography

Source: GO&Do

GO&Do has an interview with Dolph Ziggler, who was promoting Tuesday's SmackDown tapings from the i Wireless Center in Moline, IL. During the interview, Ziggler revealed that he wasn't surprised with what came with being a WWE Superstar.

"I'd been such a fan and paid such close attention that there weren't too many (surprises)," Ziggler admitted. "But it's like any other job. There's politics involved, there's being friends with different people, knowing what to say and what not to say.

"I always saw myself as a great sports entertainer and wanted to be the best," he added. "I have prided myself on my matches and work and entertainment. I want to be, at the end of my career, the greatest ever."

Ziggler also mentioned retiring Chris Jericho and discussed his amateur wrestling background. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.

Pete Gerber contributed to this article. Got a news tip or correction? Send it to us by clicking here.

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