it to people that they hate even more than me, which I didn't even know that could be possible."
On working with Ric Flair: "Ric Flair has been very, very hands on with me since day one. Ric Flair has always been person that I've looked up to, that I've respected in this business. He's done it all. He always takes me aside and says, ‘listen, here's an easier way to get into the figure 4, here's a way to make it work better for you,' and the greatest thing about Ric Flair is he still wants me to be me. He doesn't want me to say, ‘the Ric Flair Woo, I'm going to Woo. Ric Flair does struts, I'm going to strut.' He's like, ‘be your own superstar. This is what worked for me. What is going to work for you as a WWE superstar?' That's something that I've taken and really put out there. I'm going to be The Miz and I'm going to do things the way Miz would do."
On his role at WrestleMania 29: "I am excited to see WrestleMania 29 April 7 at MetLife Stadium as well and I'm hoping that I am a valuable part. If they do give me the opportunity to have a match or to have a MizTV or to have anything on that show, I want to be the person that's talked about the next day on Monday Night Raw. Granted, there's huge, huge talent there. You have The Rock versus John Cena for the WWE Championship. Swagger versus Alberto Del Rio, who are amazing talents, going for the World Heavyweight Championship. As of right now, this card is building to be one of the biggest cards you will ever see and it's going to be absolutely incredible and I can't wait to be a part of it and I know I will be a part of it because I'm just too big not be."