Dolph Ziggler Siblings: Who is Ryan Nemeth?

Dolph Ziggler Siblings: Who is Ryan Nemeth?

Nicholas Theodore Nemeth is an American professional wrestler and stand-up comedian.

He is currently signed to WWE under the ring name Dolph Ziggler, where he performs on the Raw brand.

American professional wrestler Dolph Ziggler has a $3 million fortune. In July 1980, Dolph Ziggler was born in Cleveland, Ohio.

At St. Edward High School, Ziggler has 82 career pins, which is the highest in the school’s history. Twice, his squad was the national champion.

Dolph Ziggler Siblings:

Dolph Ziggler’s sibling is called Ryan Nemeth.

Who is Ryan Nemeth?

Ryan Nemeth, born November 4, 1984, is an American professional wrestler, writer, actor, and comedian who is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW).

He is also known for his appearances under the ring name Briley Pierce in WWE, where he wrestled in their developmental territory NXT.

Nemeth won the promotion’s first-ever Breakout competition and received a one-year paid scholarship with Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW). In 2010, Nemeth made his professional debut for OVW under his real name.

On January 8, 2011, Nemeth and Christopher Silvio defeated The Elite (Ted McNaler and Adam Revolver) to win the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship in Louisville, Kentucky.

Ryan Nemeth

On February 2, 2011, after Nemeth was attacked by Fighting Spirit (Silvio and Raphael Constantine), Jim Cornette vacated the titles. On the same night, Nemeth and Paredyse defeated Fighting Spirit in a tag team elimination match to win the vacated Tag Team Championship.

On March 5, 2011, Nemeth and Paredyse lost the Tag Team Championship to Silvio and Constantine.

Nemeth has two brothers. His older brother Nick is also a professional wrestler, who currently performs for WWE under the ring name Dolph Ziggler.

His younger brother Donald was sentenced to 15 years in jail after pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter, kidnapping, and robbery for his role in a botched robbery attempt that led to the murder of a former Marine in January 2016.