Dolph Ziggler talked about his history throughout his career, and why that shows about him.
“I worked heel, I worked babyface, I know the fans have said I’ve had more turns than Nascar, and I’m pretty proud of that,” Wight said. “It shows versatility and the faith that the company has in you to help get over another talent because it’s not always about you getting wins.
“And wins, that’s one thing that’s always been very disgusting to me is when talents talk about wins, wins, wins. It’s entertainment … Scott Hall gave me some advice all the time; he said, ‘Bro, they can tell you the finish, but they can’t tell you how to get over.’”
Since inbound in AEW, Wight has solely had a couple of matches, part thanks to injuries he has sustained over his career of over 20 years. Wight most notably wrestled QT Marshall at AEW’s highest-grossing PPV up to now, All Out 2021, quickly defeating Marshall right before the most event, Kenny Omega vs. Christian Cage for the AEW World Championship.
That airs weekday nights once being taped before “AEW: Dynamite” the week previous. However, Wight isn’t finished his in-ring career as he has mentioned a couple of times that Captain Insano is going to be on AEW, a personality he contends in the film Waterboy in 1998.