<Title: The Industry>
Renee Young: Ladies and Gentlemen, Dolph Ziggler.Now Dolph, in the last month you’ve made a lot of, what many fans and superstars have said, empty promises. What do you have to say to that?
DZ: In the last month I’ve made a lot of promises. I’ve told you all I’d be the hottest wrestler on the cards, that I was the greatest free agent out today and that I would revolutionize pro wrestling. I told you all I’d be at the top of the card. And in the last month I was a champion of a doomed company, not the world champion, a champion. And before I could ascend to the top and topple the competition a man with empty promises folded up his company and walked away. And then there’s my unceremonious EVOLVE debut. I came in every week for days on end promising revolution and resurrection and all I got was a face full of bullshit. Every friend and supporter but one spat in my face! And they voted for a man who isn’t half as good as me. But I am not a man who folds easily, I am not a man who takes one loss, bitches and leaves. Everyday I look in the mirror after a grueling workout, when my hair is fizzled and my brain is scrambled and my legs are on the verge of giving out and I still see a man better than any of you. I say all this for one reason and one reason only, whether it be in EVOLVE or any other company my hard work, my determination and my divinely granted talent will pay off. Because I’m not the best in the industry...I am ᎢᎻᎬ FᏌᏟKᏆNᏩ ᏆNᎠᏌᏚᎢᎡY! ✨