Dolph Ziggler On Late Bragging Rights Changes, Shane/WWE

Matt Boone

The following is an excerpt from an article on Slam! Wrestling:

Ziggler has moved on. "Either way, I’m going to be at the pay-per-view at Bragging Rights, because it’s something all the brands are involved in," he said matter-of-factly. "One way or another, I’m going to try and get in there, and make my presence felt."

It’s not like the WWE hasn’t had its share of shockers lately.

Smackdown announcer Jim Ross recently revealed that he will not be able to call Bragging Rights due to a recent bout with Bell’s Palsy. "I heard for some reason he had some kind of a medical issue, he wasn’t in top shape, but our thoughts always go out to him," Ziggler said. "He’s the best announcer to ever call wrestling, that’s what they always say. We’ve got to keep them in good shape."
 
As well, Ziggler revealed his thoughts on the sudden resignation of WWE Executive Vice-President of Global Media Shane McMahon, tendered October 16 and effective January 1, 2010. He also talked about the recent passing of Captain Lou Albano.

"It was a shock to most of us. He’s [Shane] been a really great guy all the times I came in contact with him. An awesome guy. He was always trying to go above and beyond for our product, so I’m sure whatever he’s moving on to, he’s going to be great at it and blow it out for the water," he said.

Check out the full article at this link.

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