WWE Spoilers: Has WWE Changed Plans for Jack Swagger?

Following Jack Swagger’s arrest on Tuesday for marijuana possession, speeding, and driving under the influence, WrestlingInc.com is reporting that WWE has apparently changed the plans for Jack Swagger. While not offering specific details, an inside source stated that WWE Creative was “working late on Wednesday night to come up with ideas, which doesn’t sound good for Swagger and Zeb Colter”. The report also mentions that the original plan was to have Swagger win the World Heavyweight Title from Alberto Del Rio in their currently scheduled match at WrestleMania 29, but now it’s being said that, if WWE decides to change the match, then Dolph Ziggler will likely take Swagger’s spot in the title match. With just 44 days left until the big event, expect any changes to be made very soon (if they will be made at all).

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