Dolph Ziggler says he will stop wrestling in the next two years

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A lot of WWE Superstars don't usually confirm their retirement from wrestling until the day they retire, in order to shock the WWE Universe. However, one wrestler may have announced he is taking a different path.

Dolph Ziggler was recently asked on Twitter how much longer he will be wrestling for, which The Show Off responded by saying for two more years.

He was also asked where he sees himself in three years time, which he responded "L.A. fulltime".


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Ziggler has been part of the WWE for over ten years, since his days as part of The Spirit Squad, a male cheerleading group back in 2004, and he has been a singles star since he was repackaged back in 2008.

Since then, he has been a major success with the WWE Universe, becoming a fan favorite, and winning several WWE titles including the World Heavyweight Championship, the Intercontinental Championship, the United States Championship, and he has also won the Money in the Bank briefcase.

Although Ziggler has never really managed to push beyond the mid-card region of the WWE, he has become one of the best mid-card stars in the company and fans adore him for his high work rate and brilliant in-ring skills.

He has only recently signed a new contract with the WWE, but prior to that, there were rumors that he was going to leave the company once his contract was up. Now it appears we have finally been given an end date to The Show Off's time in the WWE, and it is going to be in two years when he is 37-years-old.

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