Edge: So now here’s the million dollar question. All of that being said, coming back, doing it, feeling the way you felt, you know - do you do it again?
Yeah, so look, the one upside is, um... it’s one of those things, you’re just curious about, ‘can I do my stuff?’ So technically, yeah, I could go in there and do my stuff and have a young guy to work around me and all that. But the 100% only reason I said yes to this one was, one, it was a special request by other people and, again, it was a chance - I looked at it as somebody’s asking the [Rolling] Stones and Kiss to come over and just play their greatest hits. And unfortunately, it’s sort of sad because everybody feels like, ‘oh it was the money’ and this, that and the other. And I mean it respectully of course, but technically, I’d make more money doing a singles match at WrestleMania, you know what I mean. Cause that brand is bigger, you know, I’m charging more for a singles match - I got news for you [laughs].
But I didn’t feel like I was put in the position in this particular match to be “that guy,” you know what I mean? And everything else about working with a young guy and it being WrestleMania puts me in a much tougher, more difficult situation performance-wise and that’s something I’ve had - that’s been consistent over the last eight years, I have not wanted to be put in that position, because I’m good with the performances that I had at WrestleMania and I wanted to end those the way that I ended them. This just happened to be a special thing that again I didn’t think in a million years would come up, but it did and that’s honestly the only reason I said yes.