WWE TLC PPV Can Very Well Be Dolph Ziggler’s Moment To Shine

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Since the news of the WWE Championship match between CM Punk and Ryback is being cancelled at the Tables, Ladders and Chairs is burning a hole in the internet news today, this leaves a lot of room for the newly announced match, that was made on last nights Monday Night Raw. The Chairman of the board Vince McMahon along with Raw General Manager Vickie Guerrero announced that at TLC, the WWE Universe will see Dolph Ziggler put up his Money In The Bank Briefcase up against John Cena in a Ladder Match. Since the original WWE Championship match, which was a TLC match has been cancelled, it is safe to speculate that now the Money In The Bank match will be contested under TLC rules. Personally, I already was calling “Match of the Night” for Dolph and Cena’s ladder match. Since this will be the headline main event and if it is a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match, this match could very well be a candidate for Match of the Year.

2012 has been a very impressive year for Dolph Ziggler. If 2011 was Dolph’s breakout year, then 2012 was his year to show that he is a legitimate main eventer. This means that 2013 world championship gold is only imminent for Ziggler. This PPV can be the perfect venue for Ziggler to establish himself as a top 3 superstar on the roster. With as much heat that Cena gets on a night in and night out basis from wrestling fans, John Cena is someone who can carry a main event match and keep the fan invested in the outcome. That is a fact that cannot be denied. With Cena’s veteran status as a ring manager and Dolph’s versatility and ring awareness, we can very well see a marathon sprint from these two. Ziggler gives a 5 star performance on house shows, imagine what he is going to bring to this match, especially with his MITB case on the line.

I absolutely cannot wait for this match and I’m sure its safe to say that wrestling fans feel the exact same way.

 

Maurice D. Proffit is a writer for Rant Sports


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