Ziggler noted, "It's more strict than the NCAA, more strict (than a lot of other leagues) because they want the best possible athletes taking care of themselves. And when you go out there, you don't want to be wondering if you're putting your body in this guy's hands (who might be using PEDS) and wondering if he's going to be OK. We are so overly checked (for PEDS) that it's annoying, but it's for a good cause. And I'm so ecstatic that we have it."
You can check out the full interview with Ziggler at this link.
-- As noted earlier, former independent wrestler and current NXT talent Semi Zayn (formerly El Generico) is scheduled to make his in-ring debut for WWE tonight at a house show in Montreal.
Tyson Kidd is also listed as returning at the event tonight. Kidd has been out of action for months after undergoing knee surgery.
As always with live events, the card is subject to change.