So to operate under a PG platform, which has totally globally expanded the WWE and created more fans - albeit geeky or not geeky - around the world, and allowed all of these performers including myself to go to new and wonderful places, like places in South America, China for the first time, we keep returning to Japan, the Arab Emirates - just because we have made our programme more digestible - I totally understand, as a 40-year-old man, and if you've seen me in I have a pretty adult sense of humour, I totally understand someone saying, 'I miss mature content in sports entertainment'. JC: Yeah, and as the global audience continues to expand - it happens with everything; if you have a garage band that gets a massively passionate fanbase and that garage band ends up playing stadiums, there's a group of people that hate them for that.
But you want to take your product and get it out to as many people as you can - my WWE mission statement isn't to be a 17-time champion or whatever, it's to get as many eyeballs on the ring as I possibly can, because I love the WWE so much, I think we have the best gig in town, so I want everybody to watch it.
So my success or failure in the ring in a win or loss perspective is irrelevant, if winning more will help me get more eyeballs fine, if being PG will help me get more eyeballs, fine.
I wanna do stadiums every show, I don't want to just do it for Wrestle Mania - do stadiums every show and have a show on the moon and a show on Mars.
But in the modern world, in which the internet has become a vehicle for all manner of impropriety, she regards this kind of behaviour as perfectly acceptable.
She wants instant gratification even though we've exchanged only a few words online.That's how dedicated I am to expanding the audience, because the more you get the word out, especially with something like WWE that transcends language.If I don't know what they're saying in the promos, I know by the body language that I like this guy or I don't, and this guy doesn't like that guy, and that's why we can go all these places and it's such a global success, it's one of the few forms of entertainment that transcends culture, language, race, religion - anything.What I love the most about it - next time you watch - so they always shoot the ring in a certain way, it's called the hard camera shot.Look beyond everything, look at the audience, that's the perfect picture of what I love, it's .