Although nothing has been confirmed as of yet, WWE SmackDown Live Superstar Dolph Ziggler is rumored to have signed a rather lucrative new contract with World Wrestling Entertainment.
Although the former United States Champion, Intercontinental Champion and World Heavyweight Champion has voiced his displeasure with how he's been used (or not used) by WWE over the years, this new deal is said to be worth quite a bit of money, and also has a few extra added perks to it as well.
An independent wrestler by the name of Bin "The Hacker" Hamin spoke about it on The Locker Room podcast and claims to have heard the details about Ziggler's new deal from some unnamed source:
“Here’s the inside scoop that I’ve kinda been told. After Ziggler laid down the title and went away for 30 days, silently came back as #30 in the Rumble, and then tossed out kinda useless. He was already kinda two feet out the door, and it was at the 11th hour that they made him another offer he can’t refuse. Big money, and the fact that, now that he’ll stay, he’s willing to put anybody over, do jobs – whatever, on TV, and he can leave after his matches, he doesn’t need to stick around the arena, and he can take outside projects as long as they don’t conflict with his schedule. Kinda the sweetheart deal, you know, I’m willing to stay a little bit longer because you met my price.”