Yeah, and by the way, how awful are those two title runs I had? Zero and two. I was like, wow, there's no way the next time I win can ever be as bad as that [11-minute reign in January 2011] but it was somehow worse. Honestly, the night I cashed in, for weeks, the fans were cheering my name during Del Rio-[Jack] Swagger matches, which meant no matter how much I lost, no matter how much they cared about me on WWE TV, these fans knew they wanted something different, they wanted something fun, they wanted something entertaining, and I was a great option to that. So, for weeks including WrestleMania, and the match on Monday Night Raw, they were begging for me to cash in and don't think that I'd be holding onto that thing for 10 months and not trying to cash in. Everyone forgets the first six months where I took about 75 Brogue kicks [from then-World Champion Sheamus] trying to cash in. But I did it, and when my music hit I've never heard anything like that before. I've been in the main event at the Barclays Center [in Brooklyn, N.Y., in December 2012] at the TLC pay-per-view against John Cena, where they hated his guts and loved me and I've never heard an ovation like that when my music hit [when I cashed in]. It was a special time for me. And it was emotional, it was real. I'm out there with Big E [Langston] and AJ [Lee], they'd been with me for months now, experiencing what I had -- great matches, not getting anywhere on the card. Awesome matches, stealing the show, begging people to follow me and they couldn't, and it still wasn't getting us anywhere. So finally, when that happened, it was such a sigh of relief that finally the WWE, not just the Universe, but the WWE is behind me. And, unfortunately, you know, I didn't really get to defend it afterwards.