Ring Of Honor's Shane Taylor recently spoke to Wrestling Epicenter's Interactive Wrestling Radio for an interview, which you can check out at this link. You can also see the interview above, and highlights below:
Being a big guy in ROH which does not have many big men:
"Not really because just about anywhere I go, I'm a bigger guy. Usually if I run into a guy bigger than me, that is when I go "OK, there's a change of style here." With the athleticism and the caliber of athlete we have in Ring of Honor, everyone presents such a unique style. Each person brings their own challenges."
Why other weight classes have gained in popularity:
"I think we've reached a point in society where people have figured out that those smaller guys are just as entertaining. That they can go out there and provide a level of excitement and a level of competition that can garner support. In boxing, being a big boxing fan, not having that dominant American heavyweight is why other weight classes were able to fill that void where guys like Tyson dropped off." He continues, "There is no bigger draw, as far as just hearing it, than hearing that, and being that bigger guy, I want to be able to make sure that stays true."