WWE News: Dolph Ziggler defends the Triple H and McMahon family involvement

Posted in: WWE News
Sep 10, 2013 - 05:11 PM

WWE star Dolph Ziggler spoke with David Wilcox of and defended the Triple H and McMahon family storyline. "Honestly, if you don't find it interesting as a fan, then it's on you," Ziggler said. "Some of us hardcore fans have wanted something different, and now you're getting this blurred reality. Are these real behind-the-scenes things taking place or part of the story? And it makes it much more fun. That's what it's all about: suspending reality. We give you a three-hour movie. And with the Internet and people being hardcore fans and knowing what's going on behind the scenes, you're not sure where the story stops and real life begins."

Ziggler also addressed the McMahons eventually getting their comeuppance. "Yeah. I'm not killing it right now, but it is setting that tone," he said. "There's a gray area; you get to a point where they're begging for something and someone steps up, but you also have to get there. As much as it seems to be hurting my career, personally, I hope we have sold-out arenas where people go, 'Tonight's the night.' You can't go flat-out where the bad guys win for six months — you need a nibble every now and then.

"In my head, I'm begging — 'Gosh, is this my chance? Is tonight the night where I say, 'Enough of this crap?' I think it's going great, it's totally different, getting a point across, telling a story. And it is setting the tone, I'm assuming, for something big, whether I'm involved or not. I think it's an important turn, like Batista when he was in Evolution, getting pushed around by Triple H. You'd go, 'Is he going to get him? Not tonight.' Then it blows the roof off. Hopefully, that's the story we're telling." Read the full interview at

Powell's POV: It does appear that WWE is building to the babyfaces getting revenge. The question most fans seem to have is whether the key players, namely Triple H, will show ass when the time comes to do so. Dolph also spoke about his concussion, working with Dean Ambrose and Bray Wyatt, social media, and whether squash matches should return.

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