On Brock Lesnar & Batista: I haven't talked to Brock. You know I've never really talked to Brock. When I went to WWE he was already out so our paths have never crossed so I've never even met him or even talked to him. Then as far as Dave Batista, we were pretty good friends when we were in the WWE but when we came out of the WWE, when he went into his fight deal, I think that his target was kind of set on that big fight and that big fight was supposed to be against me. So I think our relationship kind of went two different directions and I think the reason why he was wanting to do that was because he was wanting to use me as his big match and I think that's what Strikeforce is really hoping for if they have that match with me against Dave. I haven't really talked to him since I've been out of the WWE or since he's been out of the WWE.
On Fighting Batista: I'm open to a fight with almost anyone and Dave has been training. I've heard that he's been training pretty hard and if that fight were presented I would definitely take it. Of course it is a fight for a lot of wrestling fans because a lot of wrestling fans out there want to see that fight. There are millions upon millions of wrestling fans, but I'm not going to decline that fight. If that fight were ever brought to me I would definitely sign in a second and fight him. That's the way the fight business is. You have to fight so whoever is brought to you that is who you are going to be fighting.
On Returning To Pro Wrestling: Man I love professional wrestling. Some people get out of professional wrestling and they're real bitter for several different reasons. I don't know, maybe it's the travel, maybe it's the people that you encounter when you are in the wrestling business, but for me I loved wrestling when I was in there. It was very time consuming and it was hard at the time when you were just thrust into an organization and there are a lot of really shady people in wrestling. I mean I dealt with them on a daily basis. But that's not going to stop the fact that I love the sport. If I had an opportunity to go back to wrestling I would definitely consider it. I still do some wrestling. I go to Japan every couple months and I work with an organization out there with Inoki's organization IGF (Inoki Genome Federation). So I still get that taste of wrestling going out there and working out with those guys. At the same time, there are usually a handful of fighters there. Like last time Josh Barnett was there so I was able to work out a little bit there and do some MMA training and then have the show. I'm completely open to professional wrestling anytime.
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