Real Name: Nicholas Nemeth Ring Name: Dolph Ziggler Born: July 27, 1980 Height: 6 ft 0 in Weight: 213 lb Billed From: Hollywood, Florida
Mini Bio: Nemeth signed a development contract with WWE in 2004, and was sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW). He was brought up to the Raw brand in 2005 as Kerwin White's sidekick. He was, however, sent back to OVW shortly afterwards, where he joined the Spirit Squad. They debuted on Raw in January 2006, and won the World Tag Team Championship once before returning to OVW that November. (» Read More?)
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Dolph Ziggler & Sheamus vs. Cesaro & The Miz (w/ Damien Sandow)
Dolph hits a dropkick before Cesaro stomps him, then Miz gets his makeup done at ringside before he kicks Dolph in the face. Miz showboats a bit before Sheamus kicks him and hits Ten Beats, then he whips Miz but Cesaro blindtags in. Sheamus goes for a backbreaker but Cesaro knocks him down as we go to a break, then we get back to see Cesaro slap Sheamus in the face. Sheamus snaps and pummels him, then he hits him on the apron but Miz distracts him and Cesaro hits a fallaway slam. He taunts Sheamus again and gets kicked in the face, then Sheamus heads up top and takes him down, then Dolph goes for a Zig Zag off the tag but Miz blocks and Cesaro breaks up a sunset flip pin. Dolph goes for a Famouser but Sandow calls in as Miz’s stand-in, so Dolph tries to take him out but Miz runs back in with a Skull Crushing Finale for the win.
Winner: Cesaro & The Miz
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Sheamus defeated Damien Sandow as The Miz again. The real Miz runs from Sheamus after the match but Dolph Ziggler comes out and throws him back in the ring. Miz dodges a Brogue Kick and runs through the crowd.
Miz comes out and says he is a Hollywood celebrity, and his stunt double will be playing the role of Miz in this match, Damien Miz-dow! The bell rings and Dolph goes for a rollup, but Sandow stomps him in the corner and hits a suplex for two. Sandow hits him a few times and puts him in a Figure Four, but Dolph reverses it, so they break and Dolph hits Sandow with a Zig Zag for the win.
Dolph Ziggler Dolph Ziggler courageously talked the talk on SmackDown regarding Seth Rollins’s recent acts, but The Showoff, who also lost a Money in the Bank Ladder Match berth to Alberto Del Rio, didn’t walk the walk.
Money In The Bank Qualifying Match
Alberto Del Rio vs Dolph Ziggler
Dolph takes Alberto down and connects with several elbow drops, then Alberto jumps down on Dolph’s arm and follows with a step up enziguiri. Alberto punches him a few times and slams him on the mat, then he chokes him on the ropes and follows with a back suplex. Alberto applies an armbar but Dolph breaks it and kicks Alberto’s knees, then hits a Famouser for two before Alberto hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. He knees Dolph a few times and heads up top, but Dolph leaps up and hits a super facebuster for two, but Alberto counters a Zig Zag and makes him tap to the Cross Armbreaker.
Dolph Ziggler gave a two-pronged answer to why Miss Elizabeth was his childhood crush.
“Miss Elizabeth was like royalty as a child,” Ziggler said. “When she was getting ready to marry ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage, you felt like you knew her.”
When Miss Elizabeth arrived in WCW in the mid-90s, The First Lady of Wrestling’s image and personality reflected the racier era of sports-entertainment. Even with her dramatic change in appearance, Ziggler was still smitten.
“She became this more grown-up, mature woman you had a crush on, just in a different way.”