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Nick Nemeth
Ring name(s) Dolph Ziggler[1]
Nic Nemeth[2]
Nick Metro[3]
Nick Nemeth[2]
Nicky[2]
Billed height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)[2][3][4]
Billed weight 221 lb (100 kg)[4]
Born July 27, 1980 (1980-07-27) (age 29)[2][3]
Cleveland, Ohio[2][3]
Billed from Hollywood, Florida[4]
Trained by FCW Training[2]
OVW Training[2]
Steve Keirn[2]
Tom Prichard[2]
Debut November 2004[2]

Nicholas Theodore "Nick" Nemeth[2] (born July 27, 1980)[2][3] is an American professional wrestler. He is currently working for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) under the name Dolph Ziggler on the SmackDown brand.[1] He is also known for his performances with WWE as Spirit Squad member Nicky in 2006.

Nemeth signed a development contract with WWE in 2004, and was sent to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW). He was brought up to the Raw brand in 2005 as Kerwin White's sidekick. He was, however, sent back to OVW shortly afterwards, where he joined the Spirit Squad. They debuted on Raw in January 2006, and won the World Tag Team Championship once before returning to OVW that November.

In September 2007, Nemeth was assigned to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), where he formed a tag team with Brad Allen. The pair won the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship once, and Nemeth later won the championship for the second time with Gavin Spears as his partner. He returned to Raw as Ziggler in September 2008, and was drafted to the SmackDown brand in April 2009.

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Amateur wrestling career

Nemeth attended St. Edward High School in Lakewood, Ohio where he was an amateur wrestler, and holds the school record for most pins in a career with 82.[3] He wrestled collegiately at Kent State University, eventually setting what was then the record for most career wins in the team's history.[3][5] Nemeth's record was passed in 2006, and as of 2010 he stands second all-time in career victories at Kent State.[5] He was a three-time All-Mid-American Conference selection and had 121 career wins between 2000 and 2003.[5][6]

Professional wrestling career

Ohio Valley Wrestling and Raw (2004–2006)

Nemeth signed a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2004.[6] He was assigned to their developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), debuting as "Nick Nemeth". He feuded with Paul Burchill and challenged unsuccessfully for the OVW Television Championship, losing a championship match against then-champion Ken Doane on August 12, 2005.[3]

Nemeth was called up to the Raw roster shortly afterwards, making his television debut on the September 19, 2005 episode of Sunday Night Heat.[2] He was made the enforcer and sidekick for Chavo Guerrero, Jr., who was using a golfer in-ring persona and going by the ring name of "Kerwin White".[3] As such, Nemeth became White's caddy.[3] His wrestling debut came on an episode of Sunday Night Heat, teaming up with White in a tag team match against Shelton Benjamin and Matt Striker.[2] After the death of Eddie Guerrero, Chavo Guerrero dropped the "Kerwin White" character, and Nemeth no longer played the role of his caddy and tag partner. After a few months of wrestling in dark matches and at house shows, he was sent back to OVW.[3]

The Spirit Squad (2006)

Nemeth became a part of the Spirit Squad faction, a group of five wrestlers who used the in-ring personas of male cheerleaders, and adopted the name Nicky in OVW during late 2005.[3] On January 23, 2006, they had their WWE television debut as a group, appearing on Raw and helping Jonathan Coachman win a Royal Rumble qualifying match against Jerry "The King" Lawler by performing cheers for Coachman and distracting Lawler.[7] They later became a part of the on-going scripted feud between WWE chairman Vince McMahon and Shawn Michaels. The heel (villainous) McMahon brought in the Squad to attack Michaels on numerous occasions, including placing them in multiple handicap matches.[8][9]

Nemeth as Nicky, with Mikey and Johnny in the Spirit Squad

They also wrestled in the tag team division, and on April 3, on Raw, won the World Tag Team Championship when Kenny and Mikey, with outside help from the other three Squad members, defeated Kane and The Big Show.[10][11] After winning the championship, all five members of the Spirit Squad were recognized as the champions, allowing any combination of them to defend the championship.[3]

In May, McMahon signed another Handicap match, with the Spirit Squad facing Michaels. The match never started, however; instead the Spirit Squad attacked Michaels, and, as part of the storyline, shattered his knee with a steel chair.[12] McMahon brought Triple H to the ring to attack Michaels with a sledgehammer; however, after Triple H felt that the Squad his disrespected him, he attacked the group.[12] This led to Triple H and Michaels reforming D-Generation X (DX) and they began a feud with the Spirit Squad.[13][14] DX played various sophomoric jokes on the Squad and the McMahons, as well as defeating the Spirit Squad in handicap tag team matches at Vengeance and a clean sweep in an elimination handicap match at Saturday Night's Main Event.[14][15][16][17]

At the same time as their feud with DX and their alignment with McMahon, the Squad also wrestled other teams in Raw's tag division over their World Tag Team Championship, successfully defending the championship against the teams of Jim Duggan and Eugene, Charlie Haas and Viscera, and Snitsky and Val Venis.[15] They then entered a lengthy feud with The Highlanders, whom they eventually defeated to retain the championship at the Unforgiven pay-per-view in September.[18][19] The Squad as a whole later began a losing streak with separate members losing singles matches to Ric Flair on consecutive episodes of Raw, until Kenny managed to defeat him on the October 23 episode.[20][21][22][23][24] It was then announced that Flair and a WWE legend, selected by interactive voting, would wrestle the team for the World Tag Team Championship at the Cyber Sunday pay-per-view in early November.[24] The fans chose Roddy Piper, and he and Flair defeated Kenny and Mikey to win the championship.[25]

The group disbanded on the November 27 episode of Raw, when they were defeated in a five-on-three handicap match by DX and Flair. In a backstage segment later that night, DX placed all members into a crate stamped "OVW, Louisville, Kentucky", a reference to the developmental territory from which the Squad had come.[26]

Return to developmental (2007–2008)

Nemeth returned to OVW on January 17, 2007, at the television tapings, again using his Nick Nemeth ring name, along with Mike Mondo, formerly Mikey in the Spirit Squad, as the "Frat Pack". The pair teamed with Mike Kruel in a match against Seth Skyfire, Shawn Spears, and Cody Runnels.[27] The team disbanded in the early parts of 2007.[28] Nemeth then competed in several dark matches before the OVW television tapings, competing against wrestler including Chris Cage, Bradley Jay and Jake Hager, before he began teaming with Mondo again in August.[29][30][31][32]

At the end of August, Nemeth and Mike Mondo were moved to the Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) developmental territory and in his debut there, Nemeth gained the nickname "The Natural" and defeated Hade Vansen.[2][3][33] In November 2007, Nemeth gained Big Rob as his manager, but their alliance was short-lived.[2][34] At the start of 2008, he tweaked his name to "Nic Nemeth" and began teaming with Brad Allen, with the pair gaining Taryn Terrell as their valet.[6] Nemeth and Allen started a frat boy type ring character with Terrell as a "sorority chick". On March 22, Nemeth and Allen won the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship by defeating defending champions Eddie Colón and Eric Pérez, but lost the championship back to Colón and Pérez on April 15.[6][35] Throughout April and May 2008, Nemeth wrestled in several dark matches prior to Raw, losing to Kofi Kingston and Ron Killings on several occasions.[2] Soon after, he returned to the name "Nic Nemeth", and began teaming with Gavin Spears.[2] The pair defeated Colón and Pérez to win the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship on August 16, but lost it to Heath Miller and Joe Hennig less than a month later.[2][36]

Dolph Ziggler (2008–present)

On September 15, 2008, Nemeth re-debuted on Raw, introducing himself in a backstage segment under the name "Dolph Ziggler" and with a new image.[1] On October 10, 2008, Nemeth was suspended for 30 days for his first violation of WWE's Wellness Program policy.[37]

Ziggler in September 2009

He returned to Raw on November 17 in a backstage segment with Rey Mysterio and Shawn Michaels.[38] In his first match on Raw under the Ziggler name, he lost to Batista on the December 1 episode.[39] The following week he got his first victory as Ziggler, by countout, against R-Truth.[40] The next week on Raw, he picked up his first televised pinfall victory, when he defeated Charlie Haas.[41]

On April 15, 2009, Ziggler was drafted to the SmackDown brand as part of the 2009 Supplemental Draft.[42] He made his debut on the April 17 episode of SmackDown, defeating the United States Champion, Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) in a non-title match, and, as a result, the following week he demanded a match for the championship.[43][44] On the May 1 episode of SmackDown, however, he failed to win the championship, after he was pinned by MVP.[45] Ziggler then started a rivalry with The Great Khali, losing to him by disqualification after attacking Khali with a steel chair.[46] As a result, Khali began coming out to the ring during and after Ziggler's matches, in attempt to gain revenge and to stop Ziggler from cheating.[47][48] Over the next few weeks, Ziggler defeated Khali by countout and disqualification after making it look like Khali had struck him with a steel chair.[49][50] At The Bash pay-per-view, Ziggler defeated Khali by pinfall, after Kane interfered and attacked Khali.[51]

Ziggler then entered an on-screen relationship with WWE Diva Maria and she became his valet.[3] He simultaneously started a scripted rivalry with Intercontinental Champion Rey Mysterio, who defeated Ziggler at the Night of Champions and SummerSlam pay-per-views to retain the championship.[52] In September, Mysterio lost the Intercontinental Championship to John Morrison, and Ziggler entered a feud with Morrison, losing to him at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.[53] On the episode of SmackDown, following Hell in a Cell, Ziggler ended his on-screen relationship with Maria after she cost him a match against Morrison.[54]

Personal life

Nemeth has been a fan of professional wrestling since he was five, and decided to become a professional wrestler at age twelve.[6] Nemeth is good friends with his former Spirit Squad teammates, particularly Michael Brendli, with whom he lived in Florida until 2008.[55]

Nemeth appeared on the November 3, 2009 episode of Deal or No Deal with Maria and Eve Torres.[56]

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

See also

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