On working with Vince McMahon:
It’s cool. It’s totally different. It’s totally different than being in there conversing with any other superstar or any “bad guy.” He is probably going to be the best “bad guy” of all-time. He’s as good as it gets when it comes to being a jerk. It was an absolute pleasure just to be able to tell my grandkids, “Yep. I Superman Punched Vince McMahon right in the face twice.” You can put that on my mantle.
On being the face of WWE:
I think there is pressure in anything we do in life. As a man, I feel pressure to provide and create a lifestyle and a future for my family. When it comes to representing the WWE, I don’t like calling myself the “face of WWE” because we have so many faces and so many superstars. We are a team, we’re a roster and we’re a locker room. It absolutely takes every man to make this ship sail. At the end of the day, all I can be is me. I’m not John Cena.