WWE Debate: What a World Title Would Mean for Dolph Ziggler

Alfred KonuwaFeatured ColumnistJune 14, 2012

Dolph Ziggler is once again in the main event as he will be challenging world heavyweight champion Sheamus at WWE No Way Out.

Ziggler’s strong following on the internet will rejoice should he finally succeed in legitimately capturing the world championship, but is it too late?

Just a few weeks ago, Ziggler found himself on his back doing jobs to the likes of Sheamus, Brodus Clay and Kofi Kingston.  Would a world title win really solve all his problems, or would he simply be next in a line of first-time world champions who eventually fizzled out?

Ziggler is talented enough to where he has the fan support to matter as a world champion, and with a last-minute victory over Sheamus as a replacement for Alberto Del Rio, this could be the impetus for a heel title reign of epic proportions. 

Join Big Nasty and Justin LaBar as they discuss whether or not Dolph Ziggler is worthy of grabbing the brass ring. 

Follow Big Nasty on Twitter @ThisIsNasty.

Follow Justin LaBar on Twitter @JustinLaBar.

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