I listened to the veteran wrestlers that had tons of experience, like Leo Burke. I was never really alone.
When you lose your passion to be a WWE Superstar, there's no point in going back.
I realized my dream and was proud to be a Superstar. I never won a title, but being hired by WWE and being a Superstar, to me, was like winning a championship.
I didn't want to be known for punching out movie stars.
I listened to the veteran wrestlers that had tons of experience, like Leo Burke.
I think I have a lot to offer doing supporting roles as well.
When you lose your passion to be a WWE Superstar, there's no point in going back. It's a lot of work and sacrifice.
I think I'll get a little more interesting small parts and see if I can really... I guess you don't have to have the pressure on you compared to when you're a leading man in a film.
I would have liked to come back in '300'; they did an origins film of '300' just recently, and it would have been fun to come back and see what happened to my character.
You need supporting actors to help to tell the story. For me, I'm lucky to be a part of the films. Being an actor, I'll take any role, whether it's supporting or leading.
You're wrestling seven days a week for four months straight. It's a great way to learn.
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