I kind of was surprised, but, you know, Miz is so hated, so anybody who beats the hell out of him, I would think that they were going to like and respect, so that was one aspect. I knew if I really let this guy have it, they should get behind me. But you're right, I was kind of a guy that was just his sidekick, nobody really knew me, so I was dealing with that. I remember standing there [laughs], and this is God's honest truth, in the middle of the segment – and I want them to get behind me – they started chanting, "Fire him! Fire him!" [laughs] So I'm like, "Oh my God, I'm dead." So then when he fires me, they erupt. So then I'm thinking that I'm even more in the hole. They don't like me, they're not going to get behind me. That moment with Miz was so parallel to reality that a lot of stuff came out that I kind of believed and he believed. Some of those things he said, I think he really did feel, and some of the things I said, I really did feel. So I think they got behind that moment because it really was a real moment in my career and in his career, and I beat the hell out of him when it finally happened, and I think they enjoyed that. So was I surprised? Yeah, a little bit, but I think they appreciated the reality of it and me beating up on him.