Why he feels like a hypocrite:
“This is where I’m a hypocrite is that what we really need to do is stop people from consuming so much stuff, but my whole job is to get people to consume stuff, right? Like, I work for WWE. They want you to buy Daniel Bryan t-shirts, and Daniel Bryan toys, and WWE video games, and all this kind of stuff. In my last run, I stopped wearing my t-shirts to the ring because I had become so anti-consumerism and not only that, inorganic cotton is really bad for the environment. It’s like one of the worst things.”
Talking politics with John Cena:
“John Cena, you wouldn’t think that I love talking about this kind of stuff with John but he’s very into the same kinds of topics, but he believes that technology will save the day. Yeah, and I’m not even sure if he’s at the point where he thinks technology will save the day. He [has] had that discussion with me. He’s very good at, like… I love talking to John because he will really make you question your assumptions about stuff, like, ‘won’t this happen? Won’t that?’ and so, yeah, his brain works so fast.”
If he’s close to Cena:
“We’re still not that close, but I love talking to John. I don’t know. The last time I spoke with him was over Thanksgivingish.”
For the full interview with Daniel Bryan, check out Rosenberg Radio.