DDP Talks Lesson Learned From Undertaker Angle, Early Talk With Hulk, David Arquette's Nice Gesture
A life lesson he learned from agreeing to do the "stalker" angle in WWE against the Undertaker:
"I've already learned, walk away from the table. I learned that in WWE. If I walk away from Vince and I don't do the stalker angle, and I go, 'wow, good stuff, but not for me.' If I walk out and say call me when you want to do people's champion versus people's champion, I wouldn't have made it to the elevator. All I had to do was walk away from the table, but I just thought, they know what they are doing. what I learned out of that was never be afraid to walk away from the table. After that, I have never signed a contract the first time, I don't care what it is. I don't agree to anything the first time, let me think about it."
Thoughts on the comments from fans he reads across the internet:
"You know, I read a lot if what people write on YouTube, as obviously I have my DDP TV videos, which is hundreds of them. and people write a lot of comments. I also read when there is something I said in an interview. now I don't remember the article, but you know, you get these jerk offs that go online and they think they know the business. I don't know who they are, but there are certain people who just don't like me no matter what I do, for whatever reason. I get that, not everybody is going to like you, but when they just write stupid sh*t, I can't help but laugh. No matter how rude some of the comments can be, I find it entertaining."
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