Dolph Ziggler was busted wide open after head butting Sheamus during their match earlier tonight at WWE Payback in Baltimore. The result would be multiple stitches over the right eye of Ziggler. Check out the photo below.
Sheamus would hit the blooded Ziggler with a Brogue Kick to finish off the “Show Off” and score the victory via pinfall.
The #StoneColdPodcast with @HeymanHustle...
This week opens with Bray Wyatt appearing on the screen. He says that, last Monday night, Ryback stood toe-to-toe with fate, and won. But Wyatt knows that, beneath the muscle-made facade, is an Achilles heel.
With the tragic news that Daniel Bryan will have to surrender a championship for the second time in the space of the year, it opens up new opportunities for other stars to have a run with the prestigious championship. After the announcement that the title would be up for grabs inside the returning Elimination Chamber, now seems as good of a time as any to take a look at the contenders...
After a heartfelt testimonial by the newest face in the company, the once proclaimed “Intellectual Savior of the Masses” could be exactly what the WWE needs as a fan favorite that isn’t the over-the-top sensation of Dolph Ziggler or the rugged heavyweight like Roman Reigns. Being in the middle of the pack will actually help Sandow’s career. If the WWE bills him correctly.
It’s safe to assume the Superfinger will never become a move in Dolph Ziggler’s repertoire.
@HEELZiggler tween girls love you. You're the Dane Cook of wrestling!
— Jon Sosis (@FunnyJS) April 24, 2015
BLOCKED AND REPORTED!!! https://t.co/UOI5j0MEOo
— Dolph Ziggler (@HEELZiggler) April 24, 2015
One idea the above exchange does bring to mind: A Dane Cook-inspired wrestler...
I've got good news and I've got bad news. The good news is that Daniel Bryan is in a WWE title match at WrestleMania 31. The bad news is that it's an intercontinental championship match, a match he would be far better off losing than winning.