Source: The Baltimore Sun
If TNA's adult content concerns him as a man of faith: "Absolutely. There's no question about it. This is something that many Christians will use as their ace in the hole, and I'll use it, but I'm not going to use it in a real loose way, and that is that Jesus Christ himself went in amongst the sinners – the murderers, the adulterers, the idolaters, the drunkards, and so on and so forth. And he didn't come to judge them, he came to save them, be a doctor to them. I'm not putting myself on that level obviously, but at the same time, we are in the world, we are not of the world, if we are believers. I'm not going to put myself in a shell – it's just not going to work that way. You have to get out there somehow or another and try to be a light or be the salt of the earth, and that's all I've tried to do. As far as the content goes, I will only involve myself in situations that will not jeopardize my walk or my witness. You won't hear vulgar things coming out of my mouth or sexual innuendos and all that kind of stuff."
On religious overtones in storyline with Hulk Hogan: "You know, there's probably a thread of that in there for sure. Most of my story lines do have some sort of a redemptive quality to them. Vince Russo is writing a lot of this stuff, and many people may not know this, but he also is a believer. He writes with that kind of flair. The other thing, too, is I really believe that because of the nostalgia of Hulk Hogan – you know, he made an appearance on 'American Idol' and got a huge, gigantic reaction – wrestling fans all over the place would love to see the story line for real. I think they want to see him come back and just be Hulk. I'd like to see it."
On WWE's '2/21/11' vignettes and if he was contacted by WWE: "I'll answer the second part first. Yes, I was contacted by WWE people. The vignettes I can honestly tell you that I do not understand that one even now, unless it was some kind of deal where they were just trying to test the waters, I really don't know, because so many people were saying, 'I hope it's Sting, I hope it's Sting.' I thought, 'Gosh, I wonder if they're going to shoot themselves in the foot there by making this choice, because if things do not work out, why did they do it to begin with?' I had all kinds of things going through my head. But, yeah, I was very, very close to going up there, and I believe there probably would have been something with Undertaker. That was the word at least."
On what went down the night he faced Jeff Hardy at Victory Road: "I want to be careful with my words here because I really like Jeff Hardy. I'm hoping he can come back because that guy is so talented, but he has personal issues in his life and it just became too much for him, too overwhelming, and he just couldn't cope and didn't know how to handle it. So he made some bad choices and he's having to deal with those choices and the consequences now. I hear he's doing much, much better. Last I heard, he was riding his bike 10 miles a day and just getting in great shape and his life was getting in some kind of order.
"I'd say a good 45 minutes to an hour before the match actually happened, things started to deteriorate, and I just went, 'Oh, boy.' I kept hoping maybe somehow or another he'll come to his senses and snap out of it, but it didn't happen. It was just out of hand and I didn't have a choice other than to do what I did."