Q: What do you want to bring to the wrestling industry?
Q: What do you want to bring as a 1-on-1 fighter?
Q: What moves does a wrestler have to make to be standout star in the WWE?
Q: What advice did you get from your father (wrestler Cowboy Bob Orton) and grandfather (wrestler Bob Orton Sr) about what to do, and what not to do?
Q: Your mother was concerned about you choosing a wrestling career. What were her worries?
Q: Speaking of which – you married Samatha Speno in September. How’s that going?
Q: What was your perception of marriage, and does it measure up?
Q: You’ve said Triple H really understands the psychology of wrestling. What do you mean?
Q: What is the reality of your WWE life? What do you go through daily?
Q: You’ve been a babyface (hero) and heel (villain) in your career. What are your observations about both sides?
Q: Your character has done some outrageous things. How did you approach the incident, before a match against Rey Mysterio, where you publicly said the late wrestler Eddie Guerrero is in hell?
Q: What lessons has the WWE, or you, learned from the death of Chris Benoit? (Benoit, a former WWE champion killed his wife and son before hanging himself in June last year).
Q: From your vantage point, what is the magic of the WWE. What keeps it vibrant and relevant?
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