Dolph Ziggler’s wrestling career has contained moments of great success, but not without some bumps along the way.
For seven years, he has gone from a short-lived stint as a manager for Chavo Guerrero (who at the time was known as Kerwin White), to a member of the all-male cheerleader stable known as the Spirit Squad and finally to his present and most successful gimmick as a young brash superstar.
Ziggler had great success as a mid-card wrestler and moderate success as a main-event wrestler, but his push seems to have slowed lately. He now remains stuck as a mid-card wrestler, when he should be perceived as one of the top wrestlers in the company.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter called him the most underrated wrestler in 2011, and rightfully so. Ziggler has earned his spot as a main-event wrestler and the WWE should place him back into this position.
Here are 10 reasons Dolph Ziggler deserves another main-event shot.