Little kids who get picked on and bullied can relate to the Lucha Dragons, who are smaller, but they're quick and exciting and never give up.

Always a big fan of the Browns, of course. No wonder how bad they lost or how much we froze to death out there, we still went to the games to watch them lose.

When you live life like The Nature Boy, there are some monumental highs and, sadly, some unbelievable lows. No matter what happens in his life, he always comes back bigger and better than any of us can even imagine.

I make sure to write every day, even if it's a little bit.

I wouldn't advocate anything to anybody - everybody's different. Some people can put on those toe shoes and think they're having a better work out than those in tennis shoes. Everybody can advocate their own way of doing something.

I'm always trying to make myself a better sports entertainer.

Any comparison to a WWE legend or someone I've looked up to is really cool, but make no mistake about it, my ego is too big to want to be a really good replica of someone else!

When I was 8 years old, I watched 'Saturday Night Live,' and I always wanted to be on there and be an entertainer.

I feel that I am better than Roman Reigns, but you know what? He hasn't wrestled as long as I have.

I was a big fan of amateur wrestling, and I loved it and dedicated my whole life to it for 20-something years, and it's not really a glory-getting sport.

I'm someone who loses 80 to 90 percent of the time. Even when I lost, I put my body on the line and I told the best story. If I stood out, if my attitude towards fighting was different, I found a way to stay around and keep revamping myself and my character.

I dare you to put me in a back alley with Randy Orton or someone like that. I guarantee I'm not afraid of someone taller.

You don't just go to your bosses and say, 'This sucks. I'm supposed to be winning everything.' If you have an awesome idea or a story, or something great, you go, 'Hey, how about we do this,' but when the story is not you, you have to find a way to make it work.

Dolph Ziggler is a name you'll remember. It will stand out, and you'll know it before you even meet me.

Some people debut and beat John Cena. Some people debut and lose to R-Truth. That happened to me by count out. So, everything is different.

After a while, you reach a certain point to where you know what your talent is, you know what you're capable of, and you have to not care.

I am never the favourite, but I live for that.

I am not trying to be the next anyone - I am going to be the first Dolph Ziggler!

When something special happens in wrestling, it's that much more special to me and for me to go, 'That was awesome,' because I'm as bitter as there is, so if you can get me to go, 'Woah, that was cool,' a couple of times, it's a special show.

I'm a huge fan of comedy. I write material whenever I can.

For the most part, and even with Miz, the WWE superstars are so good to the fans and everything they do.

I want to change the game and break through the nonsense without any Establishment help.

I have a lot of downtime in airports and on flights.

My dad used to work a night shift when I was five years old, so I would get up when he went to work and watch Johnny Carson. I remember not knowing what was going on, but loving it.

If I was always doing my own thing, I would be bored out of my mind.

Some people are fighting much, much more important battles and much bigger battles, and if we get the chance to put a smile on their face for ten seconds, it's so worth it.

WWE has given me an out where, any days off that I have, they allow me to work on outside projects.

I'm a huge Jon Lovitz fan.

Miz and I grew up a couple of minutes apart in the Cleveland area and both had dreams of being WWE Superstars and being the best.

When people are funny, I like to let them know that they're funny. There's so much negativity, it's cool to get some positivity out there.

Even though I only get a few days off, I do not stop, whether it's getting some stage time at an open mic or flying to L.A. to watch a ton of stand-up shows.

On a good day, I'm a bitter, angry, chip-on-my-shoulder type of guy.

A lot of people are successful in this business because of a catchphrase or athletic ability or charisma or wrestling; Ric Flair is the personification of all of those things, much like his daughter Charlotte, as she is already a multiple-time champion after only a few years in the WWE.

I'm very adamant on social media about recommending comedians to people if they don't know them. I think it's so important to go see them.

Getting the approval of Ric Flair is the wrestling world's version of Johnny Carson calling you over to the desk after you just crushed a standup set on 'The Tonight Show.'

I have no desire to switch companies or go to UFC or anything like that.

I'm from Cleveland, Ohio. And I'll tell you a real quick thing: we didn't have a pro hockey team when I was growing up, so I adopted the Red Wings as my hockey team just so I could, you know, be amused and enjoy playoff hockey every single year. I really get into it. Detroit is my team.

My first time actually appearing in a match at SummerSlam was 2010, and I was wrestling against Rey Mysterio in the opening match of the show. I was pretty brand new as Dolph Ziggler, and obviously Rey Mysterio was a well known superstar.

I'd love to be in the ring with guys like Goldberg, Brock Lesnar, and The Undertaker, as, no matter what they've done, I know how good my conditioning is. If those three can say the same thing, I'd love to go and hang with them because I don't think they could hang with me.

I do circuit training - different workouts without stopping. I like having that stamina, where I've never been too tired to put on a match or go above and beyond.

I'm constantly unsatisfied with any situation, which is both good and bad, because never being fully happy drives me to better every day... but I don't enjoy the things that I do even when I do them great.

The Cavaliers used to play at the Richfield Coliseum, and I actually went to see them when I was a little kid. Mark Price, Brad Daugherty, Larry Nance, all those guys.

Winning the Intercontinental Title for the first time, in 2010, was a real milestone, as I grew up living off some of those Intercontinental Title matches.

Of course, legends can call out whoever they want and do as they please, but they can't just show up and get handed matches.

I do what I do best - and that's take it away from every one else.

You want to be an NXT fan.

There is a glass ceiling for everybody until you find a way to get that connection that Cena has.

That's always the goal. If you don't want to be the best or have the company on your back with everyone relying on you, then you shouldn't be here.

I'm not going to be one of those guys who changes, and all of a sudden I'm shaking hands and kissing babies.