His trombone catching on after suggesting he bring it to the one one day, which he played through middle school, high school and into college:
"It became its own beast. That's the beauty of it. People don't realize it, but some of the best stuff comes from not having a plan."
Rubbing The New Day's success in the face of his doubters:
"I like proving people wrong. The best revenge is success, and I'm a very vengeful, grudge-keeping person. So when someone says I can't do something and I prove them wrong, I don't have to say I told you so, because they see me on TV doing it.
"Those people that disregarded me and made fun of me? I fulfilled my lifelong dream becoming a WWE champion. The fact that I navigated life in a way to reach those goals makes me feel good."
Woods also discussed how video games helped him as a kid and more in the full interview.
Source: Detroit News