I've said this numerous times: I've been in the ring with Daniel Bryan, and he's the best wrestler in the world, bar none.
The cameo I did in 'Fellowship of the Ring' was I was in the street of Bree, and I was eating a carrot.
The economic game is not supposed to be rigged like some shady ring toss on a carnival midway.
Something happened in 1997 that changed the whole industry, at least for the next five, six, or seven years. It wasn't about the 24-inch arms and the cartoon characters anymore. It was about the wrestling and what we were doing in the ring physically.
The studios are very much business. Maybe it was always that way. It is really commercial now. Judgments are made and directions are given to make the cash register ring.
It's very inconvenient because every time I finish, let's say, a chapter of a book, I think I'm going to ring Richard and then realize: Oh, Christ, I've buried him. I buried him last year.
I think 'Hail to the Chief' has a nice ring to it.
I sort of took the literal term of 'The Cleaner,' and I started bringing janitorial items to the ring with me, so I took garbage bags and brooms and mops.
Anytime somebody climbs up those steps into the ring, they have a heart.
Protect yourself at all times. It's what I talk to school kids and college kids about when I do my seminars. I'm not just talking about in the ring. Protect yourself at all times.
I think what limited my role when I was WWE commissioner in 2000 was my reluctance to get back in the ring every now and then.
Do I want to play for a contending team? Yeah. Do I want to go to the playoffs? Yeah. Do I want to win a ring? Of course I do.
It seems that in Baltimore, one of the most violent cities in America, jurors are far more reluctant to convict criminal defendants than in the suburban enclaves that ring the city.
There's nothing more intimidating than crawling into a ring.
I enjoy fighting here in Japan under the regular Dream/Pride rules with the ring and the whole rules criteria.
It's hard to criticise a fighter when you're not in the ring doing what we do.
I consider myself a prize fighter going into a very, very tough ring called daytime TV, and I take it very seriously.
I will fight 'GGG,' and I will beat 'GGG,' but I will not be forced into the ring by artificial deadlines.
The overwhelming bulk of the cosmos is deathly quiet. But here and there - on worlds where matter is thick and conditions are right - noises are commonplace. And in some cases, these noisy worlds may ring with the sounds of life - the bleats and bellows of creatures we have never seen, but may someday discover.
Deathstorm sees Power Ring as a fascinating experiment. Deathstorm is a scientist who's been merged with the dead body of his lab assistant. It's given him a cold demeanor and a clammy touch.