"People still remember Eddie so much. People had that connection with him. He touched a lot of people's hearts. His passing really effected a lot of people. I have a lot of people come up to me and tell me they stopped watching wrestling when he passed away. To this day (in the ring), I just point up and people start chanting "Eddie.""
On future goals for Lucha Underground:
"There's definitely some goals in the ring. You always want to capture championships! But, my goal in Lucha Underground Season 4 is, you always want to create the best show possible, that you can, you know? I don't like watching the show and thinking, "We could have done that better." I like to watch it and say, "That was good! Now I've got to top that next week!" Those are really my goals now, man. Getting that best show out there for our fans!"
On today's wrestling scene:
"Man, it is a good time to be a wrestler! It got stale for a bit. It's coming out of it! It goes through cycles. Right now, it is in an up cycle. People are watching wrestling again. Between New Japan, Ring of Honor, Impact Wrestling, WWE, Lucha Underground, all the different Japanese promotions. Man, it is really cool. There's a lot of good wrestling out there! And then, good organizations going head to head. You didn't see that for a long time. WWE is talking about doing something with New Japan - It is like WOW! That is the way it used to be done back in the day when Ric Flair used to wrestle Bob Backlund, AWA versus WWWF. You'd never see whoever is WWE champion versus the Lucha Underground champion. But, hopefully, you will see that in the future!" The fans are going to win, the wrestlers are going to win, the promoters are going to win. It is a win across the board!"