Diamond Dallas Page spoke with CBS Denver on a number of topics in and outside of pro wrestling. Here are some of the highlights:
Vince McMahon potentially getting back into football:
"McMahon has always been a visionary. But, again, they're a multi-billion dollar company, and it really comes down to the talent. So I don't know how you do that. But if he's got a plan … I'm sure he's got a plan, because … the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting a different result. Some of my biggest victories have come directly after some of my biggest failures. If McMahon is going back into football again, then he's got some master plan."
Helping Justin Credible after he got drunk before an appearance at a wrestling event:
"I didn't get a phone call from him, I made a phone call to him. Because of helping Jake, and Scott, Vader, and Mick Foley … just by reaching out and helping the guys, when someone is hurting, they'll contact me. So I know about it pretty much right away. I always loved PJ. He's a great kid who just made some bad decisions...
"I told him if he gets to work doing the [DDP Yoga] program five days a week, we'll talk every day or a minimum of every other day. I told him, if he gets on track for a month, then I'll bring you down here, and we'll work together, and I'll start to really treat him this time. I'll actually teach him how to teach what I do."
If he would make another Royal Rumble appearance:
"If they call me, I'll be there. But if I never get in the ring again, I am so happy to have had the run I had. Didn't really have the greatest run when I first got to the WWE, but the last five years were unbelievable. They let me come out in the Rumble a couple of years back and drop a bunch of diamond cutters. It blew the roof off."