In a rare feat, Alberto Del Rio and Dolph Ziggler captured the attention and admiration of the notoriously hard-to-please Vince McMahon and Triple H with their thrilling cash-in at WWE RAW.
The electrifying moment unfolded after WrestleMania 29, with Ziggler seizing the opportunity to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase against Del Rio, ultimately snatching the World Heavyweight Championship in front of an ecstatic crowd. Despite being cast as a heel, Ziggler’s undeniable talent and the explosive reaction from the audience created one of the most unforgettable moments in WWE history.
The night following WrestleMania 29 proved to be a turning point for Dolph Ziggler’s career as he soared to new heights of popularity. The passionate WWE fans couldn’t contain their excitement as Ziggler executed his cash-in, defying expectations and capturing the World Heavyweight Championship.
With the crowd erupting in a chorus of cheers, it was a testament to Ziggler’s remarkable in-ring abilities and the undeniable magic that can unfold in the unpredictable world of professional wrestling
Other WWE execs, including Vince McMahon and Triple H, supported it. “So that moment, I think it was in New York, New York, or New Jersey, and the crowd was so loud. We did such a good job. I remember going to the back. Vince was giving us a standing ovation. He, Triple H, and everybody, important people in the office of WWE. They put over what Dolph Ziggler did, they put over my job by selling my leg and my injury, and not showing the world that the title was changing at that moment. It was a fantastic night.” (an article on sportskeeda.com reported)
Ziggler received a lot of appreciation from Alberto Del Rio. Del Rio applauded Ziggler for deserving the moment in his career, even though Triple H and Vince McMahon may have dissed them for how their bout went. “It was amazing and he deserved it. He is one of those wrestlers that he is so freaking good. And he has understood his place in the business.” The two’s match is regarded as a classic in WWE history.