Dolph Ziggler recently spoke with the Sunday Night’s Main Event podcast where he discussed a rumor about his future in WWE. Below are some highlights with a H/T to for the transcriptions.

On if he will be moving to a backstage role soon:

“Three or four years ago, they (WWE management) said we’d like for you to wrestle here for 20 more years and eventually become an agent one day behind the scenes,” Ziggler stated. “I said, I don’t know. We’ll talk about that when that day comes. That was years and years ago, so that is a totally false thing I guess.”

On Jon Moxley’s recently comments about WWE:

“It’s a free country man, you can do whatever the hell you want,” Ziggler said. ” All I can base it on was when he was here, we had a blast. We beat the hell out of each other. We wanted to make the best possible show. I wish him the best man. I hope he goes and does whatever makes him happy, because you got to be happy, or you shouldn’t be doing this job.”

On the possible changes Eric Bischoff & Paul Heyman might bring:

“I mean I hope so,” Ziggler said. ” I’ve seen this for almost 15 years, me being inside of it not just looking on the outside and hearing rumors and things. I’ve seen a cycle where things change and different people take over. At the end of the day, Vince McMahon is still the boss and he has created this awesome empire, and I feel like he has the final say, because he’s the boss and he’s in charge. Seeing how many lines they can give these two different sides, maybe compete with each other, would be really cool and great for everybody. It’s also great for other companies around, it’s competition. It keeps everybody working.”

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Sunday Night's Main Event