SACRAMENTO, Calif. - His name is Dolph Ziggler. And if you didn't know that before, you will now.

When Ziggler issued an open challenge to the entire SmackDown roster weeks ago, much to his dismay The Great Khali accepted his challenge and promptly taught the cocky Superstar a lesson. Since then, the two have battled back and forth with Ziggler using a chair to avenge himself and his oft-repeated name.

At the Bash, Ziggler must have sensed he was competing in the most important match of his young career against The Punjabi Giant. As the match got underway, it appeared that Ziggler had bitten off more than he could chew.

But then, a returning Kane paid a surprise visit to help take a bite out of the 7-foot, 3-inch tower of power. Just when Khali seemed to have Ziggler squarely in the palm of his platter-sized hand, The Big Red Monster climbed into the ring and began to pummel Khali with a steel, folding chair. The repeated blows exacted a heavy toll, felling the mighty giant and leaving him susceptible in the center of the canvas.

After Kane's methodic attack, he calmly exited the ring. In Kane's wake, Ziggler seized his opportunity, quickly pinning his opponent for one of the night's biggest upsets and the most significant win in the career of Dolph … Dolph Ziggler.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. - His name is Dolph Ziggler. And if you didn't know that before, you will now.

When Ziggler issued an open challenge to the entire SmackDown roster weeks ago, much to his dismay The Great Khali accepted his challenge and promptly taught the cocky Superstar a lesson. Since then, the two have battled back and forth with Ziggler using a chair to avenge himself and his oft-repeated name.

At the Bash, Ziggler must have sensed he was competing in the most important match of his young career against The Punjabi Giant. As the match got underway, it appeared that Ziggler had bitten off more than he could chew.

But then, a returning Kane paid a surprise visit to help take a bite out of the 7-foot, 3-inch tower of power. Just when Khali seemed to have Ziggler squarely in the palm of his platter-sized hand, The Big Red Monster climbed into the ring and began to pummel Khali with a steel, folding chair. The repeated blows exacted a heavy toll, felling the mighty giant and leaving him susceptible in the center of the canvas.

After Kane's methodic attack, he calmly exited the ring. In Kane's wake, Ziggler seized his opportunity, quickly pinning his opponent for one of the night's biggest upsets and the most significant win in the career of Dolph … Dolph Ziggler.