On the build to WrestleMania: "I cannot tell you how stressful this last year has been on my life," Cena said. "A lot of things have happened to me from a business and personal perspective that have taken a lot of my time and emotion, but it's all been built toward this one day and I'm happy to share it with good people."
On the the need for a decisive finish to his match with the Rock: "I never know where Dwayne's head is at. I truly don't. I truly don't want it that way (cheap finish). I think we had a scenario like that at last year's WrestleMania, and to be honest I thought it was quite disappointing. When you spend a year building a match, you should have a legitimate decision on who the best is on that night. That would be like the Super Bowl playing three overtimes and calling it a tie. I'm just not into that."
On the ruymors of Brock Lesnar's involvement at WrestleMania: "Brock has a deep tradition in WWE. He's also a sportsman. He had a fantastic career in UFC. I think he understands what this match is. I think everyone does. I don't think there's a person whether they paid for a seat and will be behind the curtain today that doesn't want to see who number one is. It's not the venue to do any hocus pocus. We should just have a match and see who comes out the winner."
On turning heel: "I truly think that to be a successful bad guy and you seem quite educated so I will use the term heel...in this business you need to be a bad guy. I almost broke down and cried three or four times at the Make-A-Wish pizza party that we just had. You may not like what I do, but I'm not a bad guy. I would fight that tooth and nail. I don't know if I could do that."
-- Here is Chris Jericho at the WrestleMania press conference on Sunday. Jericho spoke about his meeting with Vince McMahon in August were he pitched the idea for his WrestleMania 28 match, his expensive new jacket and what made him decide it was worth the money, trying to steal the show at WrestleMania, and more: