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Best Dolph Ziggler Matches Ranked

In our latest wrestling article, we will rank the best Dolph Ziggler matches! Did your favourite Dolph match make the list? Read to find out!

WWF Superstars Review, November 21 1992

If you were planning on watching Survivor Series, you simply had to watch this episode of Superstars.

WWF Superstars Review, January 23 1993

As a straight wrestling show, this episode of WWF Superstars wasn't up to much, but as a last-chance preview for Royal Rumble 1993, the programme was a success.

WWF Superstars Review, January 16 1993

This episode of WWF Superstars was all about the Crush-Doink angle.

WWF Superstars Review, January 9 1993

WWF Superstars was typical nostalgic fun here.

WWF Superstars Review, January 2 1993

WWF Superstars began 1993 on a decent note, then.

WWF Superstars Review, November 28 1992

Not a great edition of Superstars, but Bobby Heenan saved the day with some classic comments about the increasingly bizarre state of play in the WWF.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: November 2014

This is worth owning for the Ziggler/Cesaro/Kidd match alone. That is the best match held on any of the UK tapings in recent years, probably since the John Cena-Shawn Michaels clinic from 2007. The rest of the content is less vital, but as an overall package, it's still a pretty decent set to have.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: May 2014

This is a very entertaining two-disc set with a number of highlights. The matches are good at best, but there's a couple of bouts that are worth watching. So don't expect a lot of great bouts, but you can expect to be thoroughly entertained.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: November 2013

There's enough quality material to keep you entertained, even if these shows are inferior on the whole to those held in London a few months beforehand.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: April 2013

Despite the snowball-effect of the content on offer, Raw and SmackDown are well worth watching, the retro match is enjoyable, and SMS is compelling for different reasons. So, if you're planning to revisit UK television tapings from WWE, this is one of the better options.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: November 2012

Things would improve for the better a few weeks later with the arrival of a certain faction known as The Shield. They would play a key role in the next round of UK tapings, which I will document in the April 2013 review.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: April 2012

It's far from offensive and you'll get a kick out of various matches and segments, but this is not a vintage WWE DVD whatsoever. Oh, and skip NXT.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: November 2011

This is not an essential purchase by any means, but there's enough action and some intriguing feuds in development that you should find this to be one of the better Live In The UK sets.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: April 2011

This is an okay DVD, but certainly not the best of the Live In The UK releases.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: November 2010

The shows were still entertaining from a live perspective, but it was clear that WWE was struggling both commercially and critically. This is worth watching from a historical standpoint, but I can't honestly say that this is a DVD that you should own.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: April 2010

I wouldn't suggest that you should go out and buy this DVD, but I would say that you'll probably enjoy this DVD more than the previous LITUK release, even if the ratings are the same.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: November 2009

Only get this DVD if you see it for a low price on eBay, but it might actually be worth watching to relive a time when the landscape of WWE was a lot less interesting than it is now, even if we're hardly in a vintage era as we speak.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: April 2009

This is a pretty good series of tapings, although nothing is massively memorable. That being said, it's safe to say that WWE would love to have this many bona fide headliners on its television shows today.