First of all, thanks for choosing WWE Burning Questions, where I answer the fans' most important interrogations.
In this article, I will see if Dolph Ziggler is a triple-crown champion, debate why Chavo Guerrero isn't being pushed and much more!
So, without further ado, let's get started.
Is Dolph Ziggler a triple-crown champion?
I assume what you are referring to is: his Intercontinental Championship win, his debatable World Championship win and his Tag Team Championship win while he was a member of the Spirit Squad.
My personal answer is "no." Dolph Ziggler is an extremely different character than Nicky from the Spirit Squad, and WWE doesn't acknowledge the fact that he was a member of that faction.
However, WWE.com says that he is a former World Champion, so all he has to do is win the WWE Tag Team Championships.
Why is Chavo Guerrero being buried/misused?
I think he's been a comedy character for so long, it would be extremely hard to make him a contender and make people forget that he had a massive losing streak to Hornswoggle.
He is very talented, and the Guerreros have been a huge part of WWE, but I don't see him retiring as anything close to a world champion.
What is your opinion on Sheamus being buried?
I have mixed feelings. It's both good and bad.
First of all, we have the burial of an established main-event superstar who won two WWE championships within his first year with the company.
However, we have an imposing man like Sheamus who can bring some prestige to the United States Championship.
Is Zack Ryder a heel or a face right now? He got face pops at the Royal Rumble.
For now, he is being booked as a heel, for he has started a tag team with Primo (which I hope finds some success) and is usually in matches with a face.
He got face pops at the Rumble most likely because he's advertised as being from Long Island, which is close to Boston.
What does the man behind Hornswoggle think of himself? Has he ever talked about it?
I could not find anything about Hornswoggle talking about his character.
However, he did an interview with G4 about WWE Smackdown vs. RAW 2010, and they were almost startling to hear him talk normally.
Please ask more questions! I want to continue with this series!
I'd like to give a shout-out to Lindsey Stewart, a 14-year-old girl at my school who died of cancer this week. R.I.P. Lindsey.