Dolph Ziggler isn't slowing down anytime soon.
Ziggler has been signed to WWE since 2004 and has been a staple on WWE television ever since. Ziggler started as a member of the Spirit Squad and has gone on to win the WWE World Heavyweight Title, NXT Title, Intercontinental Title, and many more.
At the age of 42, Ziggler remains a top performer and has plans on stopping anytime soon.
"It really depends," Ziggler said when asked when he may call it a career during an interview with Wills & Snyder. "The healthiest people in the world, sometimes it doesn't work. Some people have re-occurring injuries. I've been very lucky. Going on 18 years, no major surgeries. Any kind of surgery I got, it was from wrestling in college. I've been lucky. I don't ever want to stop. One day I'll have to, but it sure as hell won't be now."
Ziggler competed on Monday's WWE Raw when he took on Chad Gable and Ciampa in a triple threat match. Ciampa was victorious in the bout, advancing to a singles match to earn a shot at the WWE United States Championship.
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