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[AUDIO] Washington Redskins Player Adam Carriker Discusses Dolph Ziggler Cashing in MITB
Posted by Larry Csonka on 11.05.2012



- On today's edition of "4th & Pain," Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker and former wrestling announcer Chuck Carroll discussed how Dolph Ziggler should cash in his MITB contract. Carriker thinks Ziggler should set up the match well in advance and not do a "sneak attack" style title shot, while Carroll is a fan of the surprise cash in after one of the titles changes hands from the current champions. You can listen to the audio below…








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