On WWE being old school: "I like to think that we're a little bit old school now. When people talk about the past time of wrestling and how the guys used to be and there's all these little stories here and there. I like to think that we shine in that regard. We're a different breed, the new guys coming up."
On the newer wrestlers: "We're a young fresh crop and we're hungry. We're just making towns, working hard every single night. When you have that type of camaraderie, when you have that type of group, sometimes people get pushed into the shadows. That's not our hope, but that's just kind of what happens."
On stagnant performers like The Miz: "There's always room to evolve and change things up. So, there's a chance for him. He had a nice run and he was doing the things he did. He headlined a WrestleMania. He also, he has different ties and crossover connections with what he did before he started wrestling. With any character or any performer there's always a chance to change yourself, to evolve, to be different, to show something new. I think that anybody who is feeling like they're stale, if they need to revampů if they can do that, then there's respect in that."