On Talent Not Being Held Back: "Let me tell you something, there ain't nobody holding nobody down in WWE. Now it's true that the powers that be do not believe in certain people. It is up to the talent to make management believe in them and give them a push. There is a pretty thin roster of talent in that locker room. There's a lot of guys and gals, but when you talk about the cream of the crop, you're talking about the best. Vince McMahon will let anybody be a star that has the potential be a star. John Cena wants different dance partners. Triple H would love a different dance partner. Randy Orton would love a different dance partner. Daniel Bryan would love a different dance partner. C.M. Punk, if he comes back, would love a different dance partner. So, hey man, the doors are wide open, the ceiling is unlimited. I hear that all the time, man.
On John Cena Wanting a Challenge: "John Cena is the top dog. He would love for someone to be in contention for that top dog status because he's an alpha male, he's a competitive cat and he wants to battle it out and fight for his job. All he does is keep going up and down the road, doing his best, giving it his all in the ring, and that's all you can ask from a WWE superstar. All the cats I just mentioned are working their asses off and doing their deal. It's gotta be up to the talent coming up to make some noise, not be afraid to go out on a limb and take a chance. "
On What Talent Needs to Do: "You cats in the back who listen to my show in the back, do something, wake somebody up, grab that fucking business, that company by the throat and say, 'Hey, motherfucker I want a push!' The sky is the limit, cats."