WWE star Dolph Ziggler says he is ready to tear the house down at tonight’s WWE Super Show-Down at the MCG.
A crowd of 75,000-80,000 is expected to attend the wrestling, the largest live event in Australian history.
“This is such a monumental thing, I’m so glad we are apart of it,” Ziggler told 1116 SEN.
“Only some of the elite matches made this card, that’s why it is so stacked.
“I’m so glad we are doing something very important in showing an example for the locker room of what leaders should be, what WWE should be, what a superstar should be.”
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Ziggler, Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman are teaming up at the Super Show-Down, battling The Shield (Roman Reigns, Deam Ambrose and Seth Rollins), in a mega six-man tag team match.
“Taking on The Shield, they’ve proved themselves for years, they’re awesome top from bottom, they all have different great traits, but we are here to stop them,” Ziggler said.
One of the more seasoned performers on the roster, Ziggler, 38, has no plans on slowing down anytime soon.
“I feel great, I feel loose,” he said.
“I’ve been so lucky that even when somebody would give me a concussion years ago, a couple days later I was good to go.
“I have had no crazy surgeries, no injuries, and I don’t know anyone who was put their body more on the line than I have.
“I don’t want to sit at home, I don’t want to take vacations, I want to be out there trying to do everything I can every night.
“I’ve got a long time coming to go.”
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