Chad Dukes of CBS Radio Washington DC 106.7 The Fan's "Chad Dukes vs. The World" and ChadDukesWrestling.com interviewed WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan Thursday. Check out some of the highlights below and be sure to listen to the full audio HERE.
On if he catches any grief for fans chanting his name during other matches:
"Nobody's ever come up to me and said anything. Nobody's ever come up to me and said, "Hey! I'm sick and tired of these people cheering for you during my match!" But I mean there's nothing that you really can say, you know, it's not my fault people are doing it. I didn't start an internet petition to say "chant for me during everybody else's matches" or anything like that. It's crazy and that's one of the beautiful things about wrestling. Man, people can just go out there and do what they want, you know what I mean. It's such a unique artform in the sense that it's, you go out there and it's live and anything can happen and the crowd can do anything and you just don't know what's gonna happen at the end of the show and all that kind of stuff. It's really fun and the crowd participation just makes it more unique."
On the Total Divas cameras:
"The cameras are actually filming me now as we're doing this. We are doing this and we are being filmed as we do this. Not only that but our little dog Josie is trying to attack the boom that's hanging above the bed. So yeah, it's just interesting because like there are days, a day like today, where I should be able to relax be at home, be getting ready for WrestleMania but here we are, actually today we're doing some cake testing and food tasting. Which is fun right? It's a lot of fun, we're in this beautiful cabin right by a creek, and all this stuff, but it's funny, yeah these are times that should be down time for a lot of people but we're off doing stuff. But a lot of it's fun stuff. I probably would have never gotten the bus had I not been pushed to do it by Brie and the show and all that kind of stuff."
On why he doesn't get ribbed for anything on Total Divas:
"People tend to not rib me in general, and I think it's a penchant I have for when people do something like that I kick them in the groin. So people stopped ribbing me a very long time ago and I think that that's why. 'Oh yeah that's real funny-WHACK!' Because that is always funnier than any rib you put on or any jokes you put on somebody."