To know you're truly alive in wrestling, you have to constantly challenge yourself. You constantly have to do things that you're unsure you can do.
I'll never forget the reaction the WWE Universe gave me at 'WrestleMania 33' and my return - it was truly one of the greatest moments of my career.
One thing I try to live by is to not have an end game. Just kind of live for the moment.
Your true friends will tell you what they believe is true.
As you evolve, you learn that wrestling is not necessarily about stunts or spots. You need to go out and show the audience that they can love you for the persona you are - not because of the risk you're willing to take or the jeopardy you're willing to put your body in.
When everything is stripped away in life, everybody is a human being that has problems, that has issues, has flaws, that isn't perfect. It doesn't make a difference what your sex is, what your sexual preference is, what your race is or what your background is. If you're a good person, you're OK in my book.