out. You read a very tamed, toned down version of Brock's feelings. Brock's also a businessman and this is some opportunity for him. He came back and wrestled Extreme Rules, wrestled Summerslam and he's wrestling at Wrestlemania; he's had three matches the entire year and that was his limit. That's all he was willing to do. They're all high profile and they're all huge money matches. It's on his terms and not a lot of people can come back here on their own terms."
On ECW getting some respect: "It's something I don't even think about and here's why; do I think that ECW is getting the credit that it deserves from the audience that saw it and lived it? I don't think you can ever take that credit away. For people who didn't experience, it's kind of hard to explain it to them and it will never get the credit that it deserves from within the corporate structure of WWE. I don't anticipate that it would. It's like dreaming of being an astronaut once you're past 20 years old; aint gonna happen for you. If you're not dedicating your life to it, it just aint going to happen. I could have campaigns out there to get ECW recognized and respected within WWE; it's just not going to happen. Its fait accompli as far as that's concerned. So I don't really worry about it. The people that lived it, the people that experienced it, the people that watched it, my god, they love it to this day and it gets the respect that it deserves from those."
On his current run in WWE: "Career highlight. Absolute career highlight. I am working with my two best friends in the world. We are in two of the three main events of the largest Wrestlemania in my home market, New York. The stadiums in New Jersey but the market is New York. To be in two of the three main events at Wrestlemania is a pretty big deal. To do it with my two best friends on our own terms, this is an absolute fantasy come true."