Dalton Castle also talks about his trip to TNA earlier this year, and compares TNA to his home at Ring of Honor. Castle participated in TNA's Gut Check Challenge pay-per-view, which was recorded all the way back in February, but just started airing.
"I'm not ready to talk in depth about my trip down to TNA. It was fine. The people were real nice. The biggest comparison would be the way things are filmed. In TNA you're in a studio and they pump out a bunch of weeks of TV. ROH they do it too, but they do it in one day, so the crowd is always fresh," Castle said.
Despite the new platform of TNA, Castle seems to be more than happy sticking around in Ring of Honor.
"I'll say I'm exactly where I'm belong, exactly where I want to be. I love Ring of Honor," said Castle.
The hosts also brought up the fact that TNA controversially replaced Castle's 'boys' with 'girls' on the show.
"If you don't enter the room with boys, what's the point in walking through the door!?" Castle joked.
You can check out the full interview with Castle above.