Dolph Ziggler Wants Big E To Have A Long Run With The WWE Money In The Bank Briefcase
Ziggler has high hopes for Big E
Dolph Ziggler is rooting for his former ally Big E to have a long run with the Money In The Bank briefcase and become a main event Superstar in WWE.
Ziggler himself had a long run with the briefcase in 2012 and 2013 before he memorably cashed in on Alberto Del Rio on the Raw after WrestleMania 29. While Ziggler wouldn't cement himself as a main event star during his World Heavyweight Title reign, he's hoping Big E can when the New Day man does win the gold.
"God, I hope it's 10 fr*gging months and he becomes a 10th version of himself that we know he can do. Then you become the main-event player, then you become the John Cena, then you become the guy that when you are on the marquee, more people come. I think that can happen and I'm rooting for it to [happen]," Ziggler told Sportskeeda.
How long Big E will hold on to the briefcase ultimately remains to be seen, though. Some Superstars have held on to their contracts for months, while the likes of Dean Ambrose and Kane have opted to cash in before the end of the night.