Dolph Ziggler: ‘Most Recent Concussion Was My Worst’

Ryan Clark July 4, 2013 1

Dolph Ziggler: ‘Most Recent Concussion Was My Worst’



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Dolph Ziggler recently spoke with the Carrol County Times about his recently concussion and more. Check out the highlights:

On the severity of his concussion: “Yeah, I mean, I think I had one other one in college, but nothing this bad ever, in my life.”

On what he remembers from getting the concussion: “I had a bad headache for a solid two weeks afterwards. I was diagnosed with retrograde amnesia which meant I ended up losing a day and a half, two days of my memory instantly, even though when the incident happened, there was like five more minutes of match that I went through and actually executed very well.”

On being frustrated with not being able to compete after just winning the World Title: “I can’t imagine anything in my career that’s been any worse than that. I was lucky enough to cash in my Money in the Bank, become World Heavyweight Champion, at this amazing “Monday Night Raw” with this crowd that was electric and I don’t know that we can ever reproduce again, and to have one week of some TVs go back, have a concussion, be out five weeks, have one title defense and lose it, I’ve never been more frustrated in my entire WWE career when that happened.”

On working and travelling with AJ Lee and Big E. Langston: “Yeah, we do, not even all the time, but some of the time the three of us do travel together, and it’s been kind of cool because AJ’s another one who, as a child, wanted to do this — like when I was five, I wanted to do this and I’m doing it now — I think when she was 8 or 10, she decided she wanted to do it and she’s doing it. So that’s brought us together. The two of us, maybe outside of work, never would’ve bumped into each other or said a word.”


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