His match at SummerSlam with Dolph Ziggler: "They wanted to start the show off with a bang, and I don't care if I go on first, last, in the middle, whatever. But if I'm going on first, I'm gonna be going out there to make a statement and kick it off with a bang, and I don't want anybody to be able to follow it. I think the LA crowd was primed; SummerSlam is a big deal, they've promoted it and done a great job of making it the second biggest pay-per-view of the year, and the crowd was crazy. And honestly, it's fun to kind of end off that last run as Y2J, as a good guy, after being the hated heel for basically the better part of four years."
Talent Trying to Break Out in Current Landscape: "Guys have to step out and take a chance, but they're not really encouraged to like it was in the old days, and I think there's pros and cons to that. I think we're seeing that in a lot of the characters that are on the show. But then suddenly you've got a guy like Damien Sandow who comes out and, against all odds, gets over with this character. Then once he starts getting the confidence for it, then he's starting to take a chance, so you still can get that.
"How did I get into wrestling? With my grandma, my dad, and my aunt. You could go as family entertainment. The Attitude Era was a great time; if it was still going on, I'd be right in the middle of it still doing all the stuff that I used to do. But it changed, and that's the way it is, so you must change with it. It's still wrestling; it's all about having great matches, great characters and great build-ups. It's the same concept, it's just that you can't say 'ass' and 'son of a b---h' anymore. Well, if you can't do a good program and not say 'ass' and 'son of a b---h,' then you don't need to be working in this business anyway."
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