Dolph Ziggler is currently feuding with Tyler Breeze on WWE programming at the moment, but that doesn't mean they can't show respect to one another outside of the squared circle.
During an interview with the Phoenix News Times, via NoDQ, The Showoff said he was looking forward to what his current feud with Prince Pretty has in store, and that he is always open to helping people to improve them.
He said: “I look forward to anything, any kind of challenge, anybody new coming to the roster, anybody that wants to say, ‘Hey, I’m better than you,’ or younger or faster. Well, let’s see what you got and let’s see if you can hang with me. I’m someone who’s very open to new challenges, down to do whatever.
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"And it seems like he’s pretty good, good head on his shoulders, seems like he knows what he’s doing, and he’s been working really hard for a long time.
"He used to pick my brain, actually. So I gave him a couple pointers and I hope he can hang in the ring with me, and if he can, he’ll be on his way to a hell of a start.”
Breeze made his debut on the main roster last week on SmackDown to confront Ziggler over Summer Rae, and he was on Raw last night with the diva at ringside to watch The Showoff battle against Big E for a spot in the Fatal Four-Way Number One Contender's Match later in the same evening.
Ziggler vs Breeze will surely be an entertaining feud that will hopefully last until the Royal Rumble pay-per-view in January. The WWE missed an opportunity to add an extra layer to this feud last night, as Prince Pretty could've come out and cost The Showoff the Number One Contender spot in the Fatal Four-Way.
The feud needs another layer than just Summer Rae. Otherwise, it's just the whole Rusev vs Ziggler for Lana rivalry that we've been victimised to for the past three months. Hopefully, it doesn't turn out that way, as both superstars are better than that type of feud.