Source: The Citizens’ Voice

WWE Intercontinental champion Dolph Ziggler talked to Kristen Gaydos of The Citizens' Voice to promote WWE's upcoming show at the Mohegan Sun Arena. Dolph talked about how important his match with The Miz was, Big E and more. Below are some highlights.

On his career vs. title match against The Miz:

"It's bigger than any World Title match, or WrestleMania match, I've ever had. I had to put my entire career on the line against the title for one more shot, or leave the WWE. So it definitely is special. More special than any other moment I had. I mean, I could be sitting in a hammock somewhere sipping a piña colada, but working's cool too."

Big E:

"He's one of my favorites. I'm an old-timer now, so I'm constantly helping out the up-and-coming kids … Big E was ready to learn, he works really hard. You can tell right away when you meet somebody that they're ready to go, to learn and to listen. It was a really fun time. I got to pass down some knowledge to an up-and-coming guy, and no one deserves it more than him."

Ziggler also talked about the Cubs winning, watching wrestling as a youngster, being a fan of politics and more. You can read the full interview here.

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