The Fame-Ass-er was Billy’s move Dolph’s is the zigzag please stop hurting my feels.
Father/son match. Awww
Are you taking fashion advice from my boy Billy Gunn?
Yes, there’s more than a passing resemblance between Dolph Ziggler and Billy Gunn. A good portion of the WWE Universe is convinced that the two are father and son. Yet there’s more to comparing The Showoff and “Mr. Ass” than bleach blond hair.
WWE Hall of Fame commentator Jim Ross often declared that Billy Gunn was the best pure athlete in WWE. At 6-foot-3 and 260 lbs. of chiseled muscle, Gunn lived up to that billing, a perfect combination of strength and agility in the ring. A consummate competitor, the confident Gunn dominated the WWE tag team division in the 1990s and 2000s, with partners like Bart Gunn, Road Dogg and Chuck Palumbo. He also picked up the Intercontinental and Hardcore Titles on his own, as well as crowning himself King of the Ring in 1999.
If any current Superstar deserves the title of “best pure athlete in WWE,” it’s Dolph Ziggler. A Superstar committed to stealing the show every time he steps in the ring. Ziggler hurls his body around the squared circle with reckless abandon, a form of wrestling that’s equally beautiful and dangerous. The Showoff’s daring style has paid off in spades, as he has captured the Intercontinental, United States and World Heavyweight Titles.
Funnily enough, Ziggler and Gunn seem to be quite chummy, and even posed together for a picture that went viral on social media. WWE.com also heard that Gunn’s infamous Attitude Era entrance music is one of the few songs that gets The Showoff in the right frame of mind for his rigorous workouts. – BOBBY MELOK