The decision to draft Ziggler to RAW was reported a few days before it happened; however, there was still an element of surprise to the move as the Show Off was always involved in the Sonya Deville -Mandy Rose storyline. Dolph Ziggler was in Deville's corner as soon as Mandy Rose split up and became Otis' on-screen partner. Sonya Deville has been in her element ever since Fire and Desire broke up and while she has been the focal point of the storyline, Dolph Ziggler was always by her side. Tom noted that Ziggler's role in the feud was diminishing with each passing week, and it should also be noted that he was not a part of the segment between Rose and Deville on the most recent episode of SmackDown. Tom also revealed that Ziggler voluntarily gave Deville more time on the microphone as he realized her potential. Dolph Ziggler was originally supposed to cut more promos during the feud; however, he reportedly let Deville do all the talking.
On-screen alliances are common and relationships in wrestling are nothing new. While WWE has historically put real-life couples together on-screen, there have been numerous instances where WWE paired two Superstars together even though they weren't dating, engaged, or married in real life. This list highlights those couples who had a run on-screen - and whether it was memorable or not, many of them weren't together in real life. Let's take a look at nine such instances. Dolph Ziggler had a whirlwind of a year in , but the end of saw him form a new alliance and a new relationship.
The met when she was working in counselling and he was a volunteer at a local church. After more than a brother of dating the couple tied the knot in July and currently reside in White Bear Lake, Minnesota. In his early days as a star, Dolph Ziggler was portrayed as a reigns man. Apparantly, his onscreen character is no different than it is in real life.