His WWE run:
"It was a dream come true, moving to America and living the American lifestyle and on top of that being able to do what I've dreamt of on TV in front of millions of people of TV and thousands of people in stadiums all over the world, was hard to describe, I loved it it was everything I dreamed of and more."
The differences wrestling on the indie scene and in the WWE:
"The indie scene is different to the WWE, your lucky with the WWE, everything is taken care for you, your flights, merchandise, all the shows are lined up. Wrestling is always wrestling, it's something that I love, it's an art form and I love to have people come along and enjoy the shows, the biggest difference is there is a lot more on me to organise stuff."
If he's interested in going back to WWE or Impact Wrestling:
"I'd consider it. I'd be crazy not to, but I've enjoyed travelling the world, I've been in Japan, I'm going to Germany and France then going to America, then going back to Japan. My schedule is pretty busy, it's kind of non-stop, but obviously Impact Wrestling is a great company and WWE is the biggest wrestling company in the world, so the door is 100% open."
Ryan also spoke to @ThomasFeaheny about the late Drew McDonald who helped Ryan and other British wrestlers move to the WWE, who he enjoyed fighting in the WWE and who he is friends with still from the WWE. You can check out the interview in the video above.