Dolph Ziggler Speaks on Cleveland Sports, Dream WM Opponent

Nick Paglino

Dolph ZigglerWWE star and former US Champion Dolph Ziggler recently sat down for an interview with Cleveland.com, and spoke on a number of topics including his love of Cleveland sports, and who he would most like to face at a WrestleMania event. Below are some highlights, and you can check out the entire interview by clicking on the above link:

Being a Cleveland sports fan all his life:

"I went to them all. The Cavaliers used to play at the Richfield Coliseum and I actually went to say them when I was a little kid. Mark Price, Brad Daugherty, Larry Nance, all those guys. We used to have to drive 40 minutes to get out there just to see a Cleveland game. It was fun, we used to make a whole day out of it going to see the Cavs or even a WWE show. Always a big fan of the Browns, of course. No wonder how bad they lost or how much we froze to death out there, we still went to the games to watch them lose."

His dream Wrestlemania opponent:

"Shawn Michaels, 1997. That's someone who could actually hang with me for 60 minutes, Iron Man Match. Let everyone know who is the best ever, not just best in the world who puts it on a t-shirt or shows up for six months a year. But someone on the roster right now, it would be Tyson Kidd. Me and him go out there and tear it up. Show everyone what wrestling is really about. And still make them care. And have them come away knowing that's the best match they have ever seen."

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