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Backstage News On WWE Deciding To Split Up Dolph Ziggler & Sonya Deville

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• Old School WCW Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WCW Veteran Mark Jindrak celebrates his 43rd birthday today.

Mark Jindrak was originally trained in the world famous “WCW Power Plant” wrestling school and had his official debut on WCW TV in the spring of 1999.

In 2000, Mark became a founding member of “The Natural Born Thrillers”, a faction featuring former Power Plant students.

When World Championship Wrestling was sold to Vince McMahon, Jindrak was signed by the World Wrestling Federation and came in as a member of the WCW/ECW Alliance stable during the infamous Invasion storyline.

He wrestled for the WWF/WWE till the summer of 2005 and then made a name for himself in Mexico under the name Marco Corleone, a name that he is still using nowadays.


• Backstage News On WWE Deciding To Split Up Dolph Ziggler & Sonya Deville

The team of Dolph Ziggler & Sonya Deville were feuding with the team of Otis & Mandy Rose for a while now.

However, that came to an end when Dolph Ziggler was traded to RAW (along with Robert Roode) in return for AJ Styles.

According to Tom Colohue, the simple reason for Ziggler & Deville splitting is that WWE officials don’t think Deville needs him, as she can handle herself very well:

“I did ask about this, and I was told quite simply, Deville doesn’t need him. I think he did extremely well, but his role was becoming smaller and smaller.

They had promos where Sonya Deville was doing all the talking, even though Dolph Ziggler was there and Dolph, to my knowledge, was supposed to do the talking, but he said to Sonya Deville, ‘look, here are my lines, go for it.’ He knows what talent she has and really, I feel they did need to move on.”

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