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Jonathan Good
  • Birthdate: 12/07/1985 (age 29)
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 225 Ib

Jonathan Good debuted as Jon Moxley in June 200...

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Partial Source: The Wresting Observer

-- Unless plans change, which they always could and often do, the working plan coming out of last night's WWE Battleground pay-per-view is for Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose to finally have their big match at SummerSlam, while Roman Reigns and Randy Orton are scheduled to break off into a singles program at the big summer event.

-- It appears that the working plan right now is for The Miz and Sheamus to feud in a program that will build to a unification of the Intercontinental and United States Championships, much like Randy Orton and John Cena did with the WWE and World Heavyweight Championships last year.

As noted earlier today, after The Miz's program with Sheamus, which is expected to last past SummerSlam, the man with the "Money Maker" is then set to work a program with Dolph Ziggler.

ORIGINAL: During last night's WWE Battleground pay-per-view event, The Miz won the Battle Royal to become the new Intercontinental Champion. He eliminated Dolph Ziggler, who thought he had won and didn't realize The Miz had been hiding out on the floor.

The original plan was for Ziggler to win the Battle Royal, but it was decided on Tuesday at a production meeting to give it to The Miz instead. The change was made because Miz will be doing a lot of media appearances over the next few weeks and has The Marine 4 coming out as well.

The Miz will now feud with Sheamus before moving on to face Ziggler. As previously reported, The Miz vs. Sheamus is expected to last several more weeks.