WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley wants to see the WWE go forward with the much speculated Dolph Ziggler vs John Cena feud on their programming.
After it appeared Ziggler tried to make a move on Cena's real life girlfriend and WWE Diva Nikki Bella on WWE's reality show Total Divas, many fans are wanting the company to go forward with a storyline between the two Superstars.
The fans that have been lobbying for the WWE to create this feud are now joined in good company by Foley.
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Foley said in a recent Facebook post: "MONEY! Properly executed, a Dolph Ziggler/John Cena feud could be HUGE! The MOMENT I saw the teaser for the #TotalDivas finale - with Dolph, the very real-life former boyfriend of Nicki Bella, telling his former flame he could be a husband and a father - I literally yelled "THAT'S THE ANGLE! THIS IS WHAT ZIGGLER NEEDS!" into my living room.
"There's no doubt in my mind that a vicious (as opposed to cool) Ziggler with Nicki Bella by his side could be THE man in #WWE. Tell me what you think. Will this dream scenario see the light of day?"
That's what many fans are asking. Will we ever see this scenario between Ziggler and Cena unfold on WWE television? In what has been a bad time for the company in terms of viewing ratings on their main flagship program Raw, there is literally no reason why not the WWE couldn't go ahead with this story.
Both Cena and Ziggler have matches tomorrow night at the WWE Madison Square Garden live event. Maybe one could interfere in the match the other is involved in and cost them the win. This would be a good way to start the feud and adding it would add to what has already been shown on Total Divas.
Whether the action on the Total Divas show was exaggerated or real life is yet to be revealed, but the opportunities and avenues for the WWE to go down for this feud before the truth is shown are limitless, so they should take full advantage while they can. After the recent poor ratings, they have nothing to lose.