Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to talk with WWE Raw superstar, Dolph Ziggler over the phone about this Saturday's WWE Supershow at The Ford Center featuring super stars from Smackdown and Raw. This will be the final house show before Sunday's Royal Rumble at the Scott Center in St. Louis. We covered a wide range of topics including his pick for who will win the main event between The Rock and John Cena at Wrestlemania on April 1st.

A native of Hollywood, Florida, Ziggler has held numerous WWE titles including the intercontinental championship, the world heavyweight champion, and the United States championship. He'll take on Smackdown star Sheamus Saturday night at The Ford Center. A match-up he considers "pretty interesting" based on the two different styles each athlete brings to the squared circle.

I asked Dolph what life for a WWE star is like knowing that a considerable amount of time is spent on the road touring from city to city. Here's what he had to say,

We have no offseason...I would say somewhere between 200-250 days, I am not at home. One way or another I'm on the road, or I'm doing an interview, or I'm making an appearance...every weekend we go Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and we even continue with Smackdown being taped on Tuesday nights. We constantly tour the United States, the world, we're all over the place, and I love it.

Check out the complete interview below for Dolph's thoughts on being able to perform for our troops as well as who he thinks will come out with a win between John Cena and The Rock at this year's Wrestlemania.