In recent weeks, it seems that WWE has started a strange dance among its Superstars, between those who remain working on their membership roster and those who are moved for no particular reason, after AJ Styles' landing at Smackdown, which it also allowed to win the WWE Intercontinental title or the passage of Mustafa Ali in that of Monday Night Raw, which apparently has not yet materialized at the moment.
The shifts had already begun weeks earlier, with Apollo Crews having been "magically" drafted to Raw, shortly before he also won the secondary title of the red show. It, therefore, seems that WWE wants to put a little pepper in its two most followed weekly shows, to try to create storylines as original as possible, setting up feuds and angles never seen, giving new lifeblood to two shows a little in decline lately.
The last one in chronological order to abandon Smackdown's colleagues to arrive at Monday Night Raw, the WWE flag show, would be Dolph Ziggler, the former WWE secondary and world multiple champion, who would have passed on the show Monday evening following Styles' move to Smackdown.
In a new report by the famous Wrestle Votes twitter account, which in the past has revealed the biggest rumors in WWE, has confirmed through a source within the company, that SmackDown superstars Dolph Ziggler, he has been transferred to the red mark Raw, as part of the exchange with Dolph Ziggler.
WWE reportedly trades Dolph Ziggler
This is what he said on Twitter: A source within WWE: "Dolph Ziggler is moved to raw, as part of the 'swap.' " At the moment there are no more details about it, but it has become clear that he will be the exchange for the red mark.
Upon his return to the main roster in September 2008, Ziggler was repackaged as Dolph Ziggler. Since then, he has held the World Heavyweight Championship twice, the Intercontinental Championship six times, the United States Championship twice, and the Raw Tag Team Championship twice.
His other accomplishments include becoming the sole survivor of two Survivor Series elimination matches and the 2012 Money in the Bank winner as well as headlining multiple WWE pay-per-view events. Following the 2019 Royal Rumble event, Ziggler embarked on his first headlining tour from January 27, through the end of March 2019.
He would take a break from WWE television to focus on the tour. He later continued the tour, announcing two shows in Texas taking place in late-May.