Originally written on AllWrestlingNews.com  |  Last updated 1/31/13
- Dolph Ziggler spoke with NOVA FM while in Australia last week doing promotional work for WWE. Ziggler was asked if RAW being three-hours is too much. He replied: “No and here’s why. We have so many superstars who aren’t on TV every week or at all. We have so many great guys that are fighting for 30 seconds on TV or to be in a backstage shot for a couple seconds. I think with three hours, it’s going to be that much better to start establishing new WWE Superstars. In the long run, that’s a much better idea for WWE so you can start having kids relate to the different characters.” Ziggler also admitted that he was one of the talents who thought a year or two ago that The Rock was back for a month to take all the big spots. Ziggler defended The Rock’s return: “Rock is back to bring more eyes to the WWE than what would have been on them. The whole thing is to get a new audience to cross over and enjoy our show. In the long run, him being in that spot and coming back to giving back to WW...
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