As noted earlier, Daniel Bryan recently chatted with Sam Roberts at Ringside Fest ahead of last Sunday’s Hell In A Cell pay-per-view. Here are some highlights from the interview, which you can watch above.
Being small: “I’m happy with my size and you know what? I’m really happy when I’m on those long flights and I see Kane. Even if he’s in business class overseas and he’s in one of those beds that lay down flat, I am more comfortable in economy than Kane is in business class.”
Flying coach: “[he still does it] Here and there. Sometimes I have so many miles that I get upgraded a lot. Sometimes I still fly coach.”
Wanting a small house: “I want a tiny house. Right now I live in an apartment. I live in a small apartment. I’m working towards a tiny house, like, a house that’s under 500 square feet and I want to build it myself. This is a long, long idea, but it’s just? okay. Everything in the United States is oversized. We’ve gotten to the point that everybody wants something bigger than they had before. We’re always upsizing, always upsizing, but we don’t need it. It’s not economically viable. It’s not ecologically viable. We’d all be better off if we lived in smaller houses.”
Being a top guy: “I’ve enjoyed actually getting the opportunity to be the top guy because I never thought that they’d give me that kind of opportunity, especially with John around. Even CM Punk, he was champion for 400 plus days. He only main evented pay per views when he was wrestling John Cena. So, this is an incredible opportunity for me to main event. I main evented SummerSlam, Night of Champions, Battleground and now Hell in a Cell, so that’s four in a row. So I’m pretty pleased.”
Favorite opponent other than CM Punk: “Besides CM Punk, I’ve loved wrestling Sheamus. Sheamus and I, we beat the crap out of each other. There’s some people in WWE that aren’t really fans of physical style. But I loved wrestling Sheamus and I loved wrestling William Regal and I loved wrestling The Shield. Those guys, especially Seth Rollins, I’ve been wrestling him for years. I’ve enjoyed wrestling him and being able to do some of the stuff we did on the indies on TV.”
Source: Sam Roberts