Dolph Ziggler says WWE Raw superstar will go down as one of the best ever


There's no denying that two of the most technically gifted superstars in the WWE today are Monday Night Raw's Dolph Ziggler and Seth Rollins.

The two recently have feuded over the Intercontinental Championship, as well as the Raw Tag Team Championship on WWE's red brand, producing some great action in the ring.

They also recently competed against each other in the WWE World Cup at Crown Jewel, a match which Ziggler managed to win.

In an interview with CBS Los Angeles, via NoDQ, Ziggler commented on his chemistry in the ring with Rollins, citing that he believes The Kingslayer is going to be one of the best of all-time.

He said: “When you’re as good as we are — and I mean that [humbly] — we know how good we are. You can still not have the chemistry. I’ve been in there with some of the best, and I was so frustrated because we just wouldn’t meld, or the story wouldn’t be correct, because two different people are telling two different things.

"He’s an up-and-coming kid, who is going to be one of the best of all-time. I have been there before, but also want to have this legacy that I can do whatever I want. If I’m ever given a chance, I knock it out of the park. And even if I don’t get given that chance, I snatch it up and knock it out of the park.

"So, the both of us, you have to know we are both draining our brains to go, ‘How can this be the best thing anyone has ever seen in any company, any year, any WrestleMania, any SummerSlam?’ We want to go out and outdo the other one, and that’s what makes good wrestling.”

Dolph Ziggler believes Seth Rollins is going to be one of the best of all-time

In the six years which Rollins has been on the main roster, Rollins has achieved a lot. As well as a Triple Crown Champion, he is also a Grand Slam Champion.

The Kingslayer is a two-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion, two-time Intercontinental Champion, a United States Champion, a four-time WWE/Raw Tag Team Champion, the 2014 Money in the Bank winner and the 2015 Superstar of the Year.

With him still only being 32, there's plenty of time for Rollins to add further titles to his collection, so it's not out of the question that he could very well be one of the best of all-time by the time he decides to retire from in-ring competition.

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