I’m not sure if this makes sense. Dolph Ziggler has been on a rollercoaster as of late with a string of wins and losses, all of which have seemed to send him over the edge. After most of his losses, Ziggler has been attacking his opponents with a chair. His most frequent adversaries have been Kalisto and Apollo Crews so the idea should be simple enough.
After another loss to Crews and another beatdown with a chair, Ziggler shot his mouth off and said he could beat Crews and Kalisto at the same time. This was all “Smackdown Live” Daniel Bryan needed to hear as he put Ziggler into a handicap match at Sunday’s “Elimination Chamber 2017”.
I’m not sure if I get the thinking here. Ziggler beats people up so we’re supposed to be happy when the odds are stacked against him? Isn’t the point of one of these things to see a good guy fight from behind and overcome the odds? What does it prove if the good guys win here? That they can win a match they’re supposed to be able to pull off? That’s the best they can come up with?
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