You mentioned your opponent, John Cena. You both have done some trash talking. How do you really feel about him?
"We have an understandably biting relationship. And it's natural, by the way, because I've had no opportunity to spend time with John. If you look back on the business of the WWE, generally the opponents have a lot of time to spend time with each other on the road at every "Raw," working multiple pay-per-views. I haven't had that. So it's played in incredibly well, not only in our storyline, but it's played in well in terms of fans. It's palpable, and they can feel that. John is a great guy. He has done incredible things. And I respect that, because I know his schedule and I know how difficult it is. I like that there is tension between us. I liked it a year ago, and I like it today. At the end of the day, we have the exact same goal, and that is to put on a great show. I don't have to be your friend. I don't want to be your friend. When this is all said and done, as long as we put on a once-in-a-lifetime show, maybe, just maybe, I'll share a glass of tequila with you."