"The games have gotten progressively better every year since they started coming out, and the thing about wrestling today is you can actually play these games and build your match much like the way wrestlers do with the psychology behind them. In "WWE '13," you can actually incorporate that into the game. If you want to punish a guy's back or his leg, you can do that kind of stuff. You can do almost any move. There's a lot of legitimate ring psychology wrestling fans and novices can apply to the game. I think that just adds to the realism of the game. Every time you play these games, they get more and more real."
"If I could go back in time, I would have loved to have done more with Triple H. He blossomed into a bigger star after I left. I regret, looking back now, that we didn't have more matches, or better matches or at least one pay-per-view match where we could have really showed our best stuff — or at least, I did. He's a guy that he and I had some situation together, and I think it worked well on Monday Night Raw, but we never really had the chance to show what we could really do."