World Wrestling Championship qualifier
Jimmy Wang Yang vs. Dolph Ziggler
Vince McMahon — Welcome, SBW Nation! Seoul Brothers Wrestling is live from Memphis. I’m sure Elvis the King of Rock and Roll Presley and Jerry the King Lawler have ringside seats for this one.
Paul Heyman — Don’t be silly, McMahon. Royalty would be in the sky boxes. Two kings together. Wouldn’t that be something?
Vince McMahon — We are here to see a World Wrestling Championship qualification match. The winner will face AJ Styles for the World Wrestling Championship next week at our Broadcast Special.
Paul Heyman — Why doesn’t A.J. have to go through a qualifier?
AJ Styles — Because AJ Styles is the phenomenal one. I have proven myself to be the phenomenal one all over the world. In fact, in Japan—
Heyman — We are not in Japan, Mr. Styles. And all over the world isn’t here. You haven’t proven yourself in SBW, have you? What would you do against a real man of sophistication, maybe someone like Ric Flair?
Styles — I may be just a kid born in a Marine camp in North Carolina, but I’ve traveled the world to compete against the best. And I’ve beaten ‘em. All of ‘em.
Heyman — But you haven’t beaten the Nature Boy.
Vince McMahon — Let’s focus on what is happening here. AJ., what do you think of our competitors?
Styles — The athleticism of both these competitors is off the chart, but I don’t see how Ziggler is going to compete against Yang’s toughness. Sometimes, Ziggler wants to be too pretty, and a good old boy like Yang can’t be beaten by pretty.
Heyman — You are wrong, sir. Ziggler is pretty, and he is highly skilled. Yang has speed but not the skill. And will Yang be too tired from waking up early to milk his cows?