He added, "It was not an easy transition to make. A lot of people believe it's fake – it's not fake, it's predetermined. It's very taxing on the body and it's a lot more than just going out there, beating people up and body slamming them. It's a very complicated sport to learn...In football, you play one game a week. In WWE, we entertain five, six, sometimes even seven nights a week, so it's a tough schedule. There is no offseason and we're on the road between 280 and 300-plus days a year. That kind of transition isn't for everyone."