Okay, I’m a big proponent of “If Oda is showing a character primarily with a sword all the time, then they are a Swordsman” a la Shanks, a la Mihawk, The World’s Strongest of All Swordsmen... And so I can’t ignore those sabers Queen is holstering and so as of Now, Queen is a Swordsman until maybe he goes the Pica route of tossing his sword once he realizes he ain’t shit. Though I doubt this will happen since Freakin Jack is technically a Swordsman so I don’t think Queen is wearing swords for fashion when his inferior can actually do shit with his. So there you have it, All the All-Stars are swordsmen since King has a sword too. And I’m gonna assume none of them go the route of Katakuri who pulls out his spear for like three attacks in an entire 11 hour fight since once again, Jack doesn’t seem to be a scrub in swordsmanship so I don’t expect his superiors to then be scrubs. It seems this is sort of expected since nearly all the Sweet commanders were Swordsmen and this is Wano so Swordsmen matter even more here. Of course, the only Swordsman of the above who matters is the one who Zoro fights at the end of arc since Zoro is literally the only character in the main cast who Swordsmanship matters to. The rest can be important to the plot and can even be strong fighters and everything, but their swordsmanship won’t matter as much as the one who actually gets involved in the plot of the character who actually cares about swordsmanship and everything. Now I think it’s King who will be Zoro’s opponent because I believe King is the Strongest Swordsman in Wano and that is only important in the plot regarding Zoro and here’s why. Some trivia regarding King. In Oda’s One shot, Monsters, where Ryuuma was first introduced, the Strongest Swordsman in the country was called the KING of Swordsmen and Ryuuma was traveling to find and defeat him. I won’t spoil who the King of Swordsmen was but short story shorter, Ryuuma ended up acquiring the title of King of Swordsmen by the end. I believe the use of the name King for the Calamity has a double meaning. First it matches the Card theme of the Beast Pirates and second, it’s a reference to Monsters, to say that King is in fact the strongest swordsman currently in Wano. It’s pretty fitting that Ryuuma gained his fame by becoming King of Swordsmen and Killing a collosal monster that flies and breaths fire. So let’s see, King will get defeated so in a roundabout way whoever does it will be “King”, Check. King has wings and a flying DF, Check. King is on fire and as his Monicker suggests, it wouldn’t be a stretch to imagine he breaths fire, Check. Wow, it’s almost like the person who defeats King will be pulling off feats comparable to Ryuuma, I wonder who that could be. Anyway that’s all regarding the beast pirates all being Swordsmen.