I do enjoy a level of intensity that I bring when I'm the Demon, but it's a mindset that takes a couple of days to get into; it's not something I can do every day.
I want to defend my title as much as possible and make magic with as many people as possible.
I'm out there to produce the best content - The most creative content I can do and express myself through wrestling.
No man can knock me out. I've been hitting my head with steel chairs in the WWE. I've never been knocked out in my life. And nobody can knock me out.
If I'm going to direct a horror movie, I'd have to be the one writing it, because I have to make it personal.
One of the things people always ask me is, isn't it expensive to eat healthy or vegan? It can be, but isn't it expensive to live in a nice house or drive a nice car or wear nice clothes?
When I first started, I had a mullet, and I was trying to play a hillbilly persona. While it was fun, it wasn't me.
I was in the business for almost a quarter of a century, and I'm very proud of my career.
The meshing of the brands is great. I think it brings excitement. It brings anticipation of not knowing who's going to be on 'Monday Night Raw' or on 'Tuesday Night SmackDown' so I think it's really awesome.
Imagine having an idea of putting good-looking girls in the ring, and they figure, first, let's make them good-looking, then let's see if they can wrestle.
I will be a role model, I wanna be a role model, and I will not cheat.
I've been kind of a journeyman. My five-year stint at TNA. My short cup of coffee in WWE. The last eight-and-a-half years in Japan. I wanted to prove to the world that I absolutely belong as a singles competiton.
I don't know about England so much, but in Germany and some of these other countries, the pink was something that they liked. For those kids, the pink and black and the whole look with the sunglasses and the leather jacket was the right kind of hero they could get behind, and I think that really set me apart from everyone else.
Balancing schoolwork and basketball was very, very hard, but a lot of benefits came along with it.
If people took the time to leave their homes and bought a ticket with their hard-earned cash to see me perform, the least I could do was give it everything I had every time out.
When you go see a magic trick, the first thing you ask is, 'How do they do that.' That's what I hope the kids are saying when they leave the matches.
I've always wanted my fans to love me for coming out and performing.
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