-- TheWrestlingPress.com scribe Maurice Kneisel recently essayed Dolph Ziggler's unique ride to the top ranks of WWE, with Dolph himself discussing key moments such as his 11 minutes 23 seconds as World Champion: "As much as it was fun to be in that match and become the champion, losing it a few minutes later is nothing against my legacy. I'm looking forward to proving myself and showing that I can be a long-term champion." Ziggler also revealed his confusion at receiving boos from the WWE Universe just a short time ago: "I understand that I'm not well-liked, but I love going out there and proving that I'm better than everyone else every single night." The interview is part of the final edition of The Wrestling Press magazine, also included in this issue are articles on John Cena, Nigel McGuinness (Desmond Wolfe), Gorilla Monsoon, WWE in 2011, and more. To read these stories and the full feature on Dolph Ziggler please visit: http://thewrestlingpress.com/category/magazine/twp21

-- Last night's episode of RAW drew a 3.27 (3.3) cable rating. The show averaged 4.82 million viewers, up from last week's 4.61 million, though. The first hour averaged 4.67 million viewers, then rose to 4.97 million viewers. The overall viewer number is the most since the RAW immediately after the Royal Rumble. The show was the #1 cable show of the night in terms of overall viewers and all key male demographics excapt men 12 - 17, where it ranked #5. The demo numbers were nearly identical to last week's show.

-- Paul Orndorff spoke with The Score last night about the effects that fighting cancer has taken on him, including his voice changing heavily and more. In the interview, which you can see below, he says that he is now cancer-free: