On WWE’s biggest show taking place in his home state:
It’s a thrill like no other thrill outside of my kids being born. There’s nothing that compares to being on the stage at WrestleMania. I mean, it’s an unbelievable, almost overwhelming feeling. I’ve enjoyed being at double-digit WrestleMania’s in my career, and I’m just excited to be able to go to another one, especially in my home state. I’ve had the luxury and the pleasure of being in WrestleMania in Texas, being in Houston, now it’ll be awesome to come to AT&T Stadium and perform in front of 100,000 people.
His thoughts on another Texas-native, The Undertaker, and his WrestleMania opponent, Shane McMahon:
You know, Shane has never disappointed. He’s always been a guy that was able to rise to the occasion. And when I say rise to the occasion, Shane likes to do the unbelievable. You’ll see him jump off of stuff that you wouldn’t think a human being would jump off of. The Undertaker, we don’t even have to talk about his legacy. He’s carved out a WrestleMania history that nobody can even get close to. I’m just looking forward to seeing what’s next, just like the rest of the fans.
On if this WrestleMania will be their last:
I can’t speak for The Undertaker, but I’m hoping this will be a successful WrestleMania. It may be my last. I’m getting a little long in the tooth. I just want to be able to go out and have a good time if it is my last. I want to make an impression.
You can read the entire interview here.