Toni Storm Says Rick Boogs Is Like Eddie Van Halen In Wrestling Boots

Dolph Ziggler is great, but according to Toni Storm, he's no Rick Boogs.

On the September 3 episode of WWE SmackDown, Dolph Ziggler approached Toni Storm backstage and proposed that she accompany him to the ring for his match against Rick Boogs. Storm politely declined, saying that she's actually a fan of King Nakamura's personal guitarist.

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Appearing on the latest edition of Talking Smack, Storm explained her appreciation for Boogs, saying the following:

"I mean, don't get me wrong, Dolph Ziggler is great, but Rick Boogs, he's like Eddie Van Halen in wrestling boots... I'm just a big fan. He's cool."

Storm and Kayla Braxton were then interrupted by Zelina Vega, who insulted their clothing and told Storm that she should have shown Dolph, a former champion, much more respect. After Vega left, Storm was asked about her intentions on SmackDown and said that she has her eyes on the entire division.

"I mean, I said from the beginning, I'm wasting no time. I got my eye on Bianca Belair, I got my eye on Becky Lynch, I got my eye on all the top girls. I guess now I've got my eye on Zelina Vega. I feel like I'm going to need to keep an eye out," Storm said.

Rick Boogs would end up defeating Dolph Ziggler on SmackDown. Storm, on the other hand, hasn't competed since the July 23 episode of SmackDown when she defeated none other than Zelina Vega.

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