Why Bully Ray called him out on Twitter:
"Bully Ray seems to have this inclination in his mind that I'm entitled and am disrespecting him and disrespecting the wrestling business. I have no idea where he got that from. In his mind, he's launching this crusade against wrestlers he sees as unworthy, disrespectful, or entitled. He pretty much means the new, younger generation that is coming in."
Being an assistant trainer at the ROH Dojo:
"I absolutely love it. It is really cool because I feel like a parent in a sense. I'm seeing these guys and girls grow up in the wrestling business getting opportunities to succeed. The Ring of Honor School, we offer something different than a lot of other wrestling schools. We're teaching for pay per view and television. Ring of Honor is the upper echelon of the wrestling business. Students get to come and help out. We teach them to wrestle not just for a crowd but for the people at home. They get to get that pay per view and television experience. They also get to learn a collection of styles. Wrestling is not just one thing. We teach Lucha Libre, British... We teach about drama and emotion! There's a whole mix of styles there!"
His recent split with Will Ferrara and their feud:
"I enjoyed that match a lot. I actually want to have another one on one match with him. I know he's doing his tag team with "The Dawgs" right now. They're highly entertaining! But, they're a little more entertaining when they aren't bothering me in my matches. I'll hopefully be putting that to bed soon. I'm happy for Will. He's finally found something that works with Rhett."