It is no secret that the WWE have lost quite a lot of big name talent in the past due to the superstars choosing to leave the company.
Of course the biggest name to have their contract expire is Bret Hart whose contract expired after the infamous Montreal Screwjob.
More talent leaving?
But now another big name superstar in Dolph Ziggler is facing the end of his contract and the Show-off is being rumoured to be considering his options.
Ziggler - a former Intercontinental and WWE Champion has just a few months left on his current deal and it may not be as straight forward as simply signing a new one.
Ziggler is amongst the most popular superstars in WWE and allowing him to depart could be disastrous for the company.
However rumours have emerged that Ziggler is thought to be weighing up his options in terms of life away from the WWE.
New Japan Pro Wrestling, the Lucha Underground and TNA are said to be the biggest names who would be interested in signing the show-off should he leave.
Ziggler has spent the last few months chasing individual feuds and of course spent WrestleMania XXXI as a part of the Intercontinental Championship ladder match.
It could be argued that Ziggler's best days in the WWE are behind him since he hasn't been close to the top for some time now despite an incredible performance as last year's Survivor Series.
With dwindling interest currently in the mid card, losing a character like Ziggler could be disastrous for WWE.
Message sent back
The WWE recently made a big statement by signing TNA favourite Samoa Joe to a contract in NXT and he has certainly brought a lot of life with him to the developmental brand.
If TNA were to swoop in for Ziggler if he leaves and he goes to their brand, it could be argued that TNA would have made an even bigger statement.
Who knows what will happen with Ziggler in the end but all WWE fans are surely hoping for the show-off to remain on their TVs.
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