WWE is like showbiz boot camp.
I like to live a spoiler-free life.
There's a lot of guys in WWE - you would know who they are - you know you're going to see the same thing every single match. You know you're going to hear the same thing every time they pick up a microphone. You know John Cena is never going to get mad at you no matter what you do.
It's not like I'm not constantly dealing with a litany of injuries that I have myself. If it's not one thing, it's another thing, but I've just been able to keep rolling.
I've been around in WWE for quite a while now and before that had - even in Florida - I've been all around the world and seen every type of style in opponent; the way I was trained and stuff, I got a lot more tricks up my sleeve.
I can't imagine, I can't get in the mind of a wrestling fan who wants to break news that spoils a surprise for somebody. Would you want a surprise spoiled?
I like to fly close to the edge. I like to play with fire.
If you're really good at doing what you do, good things will come.
I like wrestling 30 minutes a night.
Ziggler is one of those guys who don't get all of the credit he deserves for being so good consistently for so long.
I'm not some schmuck they just hired and threw down in the Performance Center and gave him an entrance or anything that like. I've been around enough and have enough experience; I know what I'm doing pretty much.
When you're going in there with Brock Lesnar, you can't have anything else on your mind.
I put in the same hours to get good at this as a surgeon who went to college. It's just a much less important job in the realm of society.
I keep my inner circle of people very small and tight, and I like to relax if I get a chance.
The thing is that, not only do you learn so much about being in front of a camera and stuff being on 'Monday Night RAW,' but at the same time, I'm not really acting on 'Monday Night RAW.'
It's such a high-pressure form of live entertainment that I found, once I got out there, being on a movie set isn't that different from being on 'Monday Night RAW.' It's all stuff that I was prepared for.
I keep myself flexible; I just compete at my normal body weight.
Having that main event load to carry is very comfortable for me. Anything less is uncomfortable.
I'll fight anyone for enough money. Give me half a million dollars.
I've suffered through the worst possible conditions.
I'm Vince McMahon's favorite wrestler; quote me.