WWE stars facing overexposure:
"Now, what we see is a three hour RAW and two hour SmackDown. While the previous generation's struggle was getting exposure, we battle overexposure. So, the ones who handle overexposure the best and manage to not get the fans bored are the ones who end up wrestling for years. They know how to interact with people in all the settings, so it's just natural that they become popular."
Working with Kane:
"Literally, working with Kane was one of the finest parts of my career. It took me to the next level. People couldn't wait to see us together on TV because we were really entertaining. He has wrestled for a while and he has been wrestling for a long time, with all the great guys, including The Rock, Steve Austin, so it was a great learning experience. Kane is a wonderful human being. He is a pleasure to be around."
Frustration of being out of action:
"My wife is a wrestler, so she is on the ring, and I am just sitting, it is difficult… when I am upset, when I am angry, wrestling was always there as an outlet.. I could go, drop and kick… you can call your mom and you can call your sister… but sometimes you just need a physical outlet… I don't know how to cope with this situation."
Bryan also discussed his rough 2014, the "Yes!" chants and more in the full interview.
Source: The Statesman