WWE News: Ezekiel Jackson Posts YouTube Video Addressing Recent Struggles

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Even though his entrance music claims he is the “Personification of Domination,” Ezekiel Jackson has been anything but dominate after dropping the Intercontinental Championship to Cody Rhodes last August.

In a video on his official YouTube channel last Friday, Jackson spoke about not being featured on the most recent episode of Friday Night Smackdown and dealing with more disappointments than he expects from himself.

At the end of his message to his fans, Jackson would go on to make a proclamation about the future of his career with the WWE.

"Beginning this week I'm going to invite you guys on a journey. Follow me, see what I'm about to do. I'm going to change everything about me, starting from the inside. I heard a quote by Deion Sanders and it said, "If you look good, you feel good. If you feel good, you play good. If you play good, they pay good." The pay I'm looking for is one of the major championships of the WWE. The feel I want is just that elation from the crowd when they see the new and improved Ezekiel Jackson."

With the roster of the WWE being a bit thin for main event caliber superstars, it seems as though Jackson has plenty of untouched potential; the superstar has only two title runs in his career, including the Intercontinental and the defunct ECW Championship.

Instead of giving Smackdown superstars like Randy Orton or Christian another run at the World Heavyweight Championship, it would be interesting to see a feud between two heavy hitters like Jackson and current champion Sheamus on the blue brand.

As the former Intercontinental Champion claims to be making changes to his WWE career, do you believe any of those changes will pan out and show up in a push on Smackdown in the near future?

Chris Humphrey is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can ask him any question regarding the WWE or any other topic that crosses your mind on either his Facebook or Twitter page.

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