With Ring of Honor, it's really the complete opposite. For me, you have your ups and downs with wrestling; sometimes you get down on yourself and get unmotivated, sometimes; and Ring of Honor really boosted that passion and hunger and inspiration and that drive for me. That's why I always liked Bret Hart as a kid, he was a wrestling machine, and his matches and what attracted me to pro wrestling was actually wrestling. And that's what Ring of Honor is all about. And Ring of Honor is a combination of -- we have guys on the roster who are black belts in martial arts, MMA, Jiujitsu, and Muay Tai and pro wrestling obviously. So there's a lot of things you can do to make it really creative and entertaining for the fans, and that's what's so awesome about Ring of Honor is the fans are so much more involved than they are in WWE. When I watch WWE, they cheer and boo, but their not as vocal as fans with Ring of Honor. If they like you, they are going to let you know, and if they don't, they're going to let you know they don't. I dig that. The fans are just as passionate about pro wrestling -- the keyword being wrestling -- as us, the wrestlers, are.