On this weeks The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling podcast welcomed former WWE Superstar Damien Sandow.
"I had told them that I was. They said we will see what we can do and they never got back to me and just did it with everyone else. Which is fine. Thank you for the extra two weeks. On the inside there is the (WWE) World Title thing and everything but to me my come to Jesus moment (as we say in the South) it was WrestleMania at the Battle Royal. When Miz and I did our thing and I was about to turn on him and everyone knew I was about to turn on him and the way the arena built up, I just took a couple of seconds and looked around to say wow. This is not because anyone wanted this to happen and this reaction of these 80,000 people are having this reaction because they genuinely want to. There are guys that they have tried to push and push and shove down their throats and I don't think they can ever say that. Have they had more titles? Of course. "
"That was all I needed. It kind of shifted something inside me to where (and I don't want this to come out wrong) but it was like I don't need to look for justification from anyone anymore. I was given the stage to perform on and I am so grateful that the WWE in particular gave me that as well as anyone who has ever employed me did, however that was like it for me. That was just like there is more to life than this. For the first time I didn't care about winning a World Championship or being a "top guy". That just kind of cemented everything I had worked for and I was okay on the inside and when you are okay on the inside you don't need some piece of leather and tin to justify that."