Dolph Ziggler isn't having the greatest of times in the WWE these days.
After never truly grabbing that 'brass ring', Ziggler has always been the nearly guy with the company. He's been moments away from the top, only to have it taken away from him, either by suffering concussions or by the people above him.
The most memorable moment of The Showoff's career was when he cashed in on Alberto Del Rio the night after WrestleMania to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
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However, since then, it's been a forgettable few years for Ziggler. Meaningless feuds with the likes of Baron Corbin, and a weird love square involving Rusev, Lana, and Summer Rae, have really seen Ziggler's stock in the company fall dramatically.
Ziggler was recently drafted to SmackDown LIVE in the WWE Draft, and many people believe this is his chance to get back on top of the roster once again.
SmackDown LIVE drafted the likes of John Cena, Randy Orton, and AJ Styles, but Ziggler must be considered as one of the top guys on the roster due to his years of experience and his ability in the ring and on the mic.
One way Ziggler could become more relevant again is by adding someone into his corner, and speaking on Vince Russo's podcast, Kevin Nash revealed he'd love to be that someone.
Speaking on Podcast One, the WWE Hall of Fame member was discussing a possible return to the company and to in-ring action, and he admitted that if he did make a return, it would be to aid Dolph Ziggler.
"People always say would you ever come back to wrestling and I say to myself, I'd come back and be [Dolph] Ziggler's Diesel because that's all he needs," Nash said.
"Number one, he's not a face. Ziggler is a heel and I wouldn't have to say a word because he can talk. I've already had mine. But for the bigger guys, he needs somebody to stomp them.
"He does the same thing Shawn [Michaels] did. He takes every bump in the world. He takes every beating from the guys and then usually they beat him.
"But to me, his in ring performance is as good as anybody's in the business right now. He works so hard.
"I'd like to teach him the little things that Shawn learned. Yeah, he can fly back on every bump but every third one is kind of nice to take a punch and bounce off the ropes. I mean, the ropes are there for a reason."
Nash later added that he'd also make a return to WWE if there was an opportunity to form a new NWO stable.
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