That would be a change. WWE has all kinds of talent available to them and they have been able to spread them out into three different rosters. They have one of the biggest collections of talented wrestlers in history and that will be the case going forward for a long time to come. That doesn’t mean everything stays the same though and they might be interested in changing things up a bit.
AJ Styles is one of the more talented and well known names in all of professional wrestling. Not only has he succeeded almost all over the world but he has done it for a very long time now. Earlier this month he won the Intercontinental Title in an instant classic with Daniel Bryan. He was traded to SmackDown to enter the Intercontinental Title tournament, but that meant Monday Night Raw had to get someone in return. Now we might know who that was.
According to the WrestleVotes Twitter account, Dolph Ziggler will be part of the Styles trade, meaning that he would be moving from SmackDown to Monday Night Raw. WWE mentioned that Styles was traded but there has been no reference to anyone being sent to Monday Night Raw in exchange. This comes after a report that Ali was being sent to Monday Night Raw as well, though there is no word on if he will be considered part of the trade.
Source: Dolph Ziggler is moving to RAW as part of the AJ Styles “trade” to SmackDown.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) June 19, 2020
Ziggler is still good for a solid performance. Check out what he can do in the ring:
Opinion: Ziggler is one of the more controversial wrestlers going today as he certainly has fans but there are a lot of fans who aren’t exactly thrilled with seeing him again. Switching him around is not exactly the most thrilling move in the world but Ziggler is the kind of guy who is going to be around for a good while to come. Hopefully WWE can come up with something new for him though, as he is long overdue for an upgrade.
What do you think of Ziggler? What can he do on Monday Night Raw? Let us know in the comments below.
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