WWE: Dolph Ziggler Should Become the WWE's Newest Face in the Company
Sometimes you do not have to win to prove how great you are in a wrestling ring. The old adage is sometimes you can look good and lose and look awful and win.
For Dolph Ziggler, the proof in how great he really is was seen Sunday night at No Way Out.
The former world champion put on quite a show with Sheamus in the opening match of the night, which was one of the highlights of the evening. And while the member of Vickie Guerrero's stable was impressive in a loss, it just goes to show that his future as a singles competitor may be greater if he were to go out on his own and maybe find another "advisor" to help his career along (Ric Flair).
Add in the fact that there has always been a rivalry between Ziggler and Jack Swagger. Ziggler appears to be the better performer in the ring than his stablemate and tag team partner. The two faced off on RAW the other night, much to the delight of the fans, who have wanted to see this for some time.
The fans in the stands seemed very much behind Ziggler, which could be a sign the WWE is ready for him to become a face in the company, which would benefit him and create new rivalries moving forward.
The WWE has had to make changes in their game plans of late because of injuries and suspensions. But having a seasoned veteran come in and help change the course of events moving forward can help.
Think of him in a role similar to Christian with the potential to be even better.
Ziggler, if his look is tweaked, sounds great on camera and certainly has the chutzpah to make it happen in the ring. And as we have seen in matches before with Sheamus, CM Punk and Randy Orton, the guy can sell as well as anyone there is on the WWE roster.
While the WWE is changing and making plans for the future and deciding how to fix what works and what does not—which seems to be plenty these days—Ziggler would be a welcome addition as something that should and would work.
All stables go through changes and strife, including the Horsemen, the Outsiders and D-X. And when they split, there tends to be high emotions and some great matches. Ziggler could precipitate that.
The WWE has also been bland of late, most notably with the recent "average" PPV. Writers could benefit.
In the end, Ziggler could become one of the better faces in the company, which is never a bad thing to have.
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