I have recently decided to start a series of articles that will focus on the career-defining moments of individual wrestlers.
For every main-event star that has made their mark in the wrestling business, there are moments that, when you look back, define the directions that their career has taken.
I am talking about moments like the iconic "Austin 3:16" promo or Shawn Michaels kicking Marty Jannetty through the "Barber Shop" window, turning points in the respective careers of two icons.
The first article focused on the career of the Miz and his rise from reality-TV reject to WWE champion.
In this article, I will take you on a chronological journey through the career of our current United States champion, Dolph Ziggler.
Many have called for a main-event push for Ziggler who has come an incredibly long way since his days as Chavo Guerrero's assistant or as a cheerleader in the Spirit Squad.
It often takes two or three gimmicks before wrestlers find their niche in the WWE and despite the outlandish name given to him, Nick Nemeth has really made it work as a modern-day version of "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig.