Dolph Ziggler may be one of the most talented workers on the WWE roster but he's still been booked to lose far more often than he's booked to win. And while you might think it's all kayfabe and he's a heel -- meaning he's built to lose -- and it's all okay, it turns out he's not the biggest fan of it.
In an interview with Chris Van Vliet in Cleveland recently:
"It does me. Since I was 5 years old and started wrestling, I lost once. I hated it and never wanted it to happen again. And all through my life, it wasn't just about being a great wrestler, it was about proving myself. I've done well in High School and college and even here in WWE, I've had some streaks. Right now, I am not winning very often and it disappoints me and it disappoints my fans."
He was also asked about finally cashing in the Money in the Bank briefcase and when that might actually happen. He makes no guarantees but he's now at least teasing that WrestleMania 29 on April 7, 2013, in East Rutherford, New Jersey, could be the perfect time and place.
We shall see.