Billy Donnelly: Let me ask you about the Money in the Bank. There’s obviously been a lot of attention paid to performer’s frustration as of late for obvious reasons. I don’t want to get into specifics about that because there are lots of people who just don’t know anything, but as someone who has seen their pushes start and then get cut off, and who’s had Money in the Bank title shots that didn’t go further than that, how do you deal with the highs and lows and creative inconsistency, I guess, that can befall someone like yourself and your character?
Damien Sandow: I think your actual language, in my opinion, is what’s wrong with a lot of the Superstars. I don’t mean that as a shot at you… let me explain myself.
Billy Donnelly: Sure.
Damien Sandow: Their frustrations and, I hate this term, but “push.” What is a push? Every time you get a chance on television, that is a chance to win fans. That is a chance to create good content. A lot of the guys… “I’m not working in the main event.” If they have a problem with that, you get yourself in the main event. If you’re not, you make sure your match is the best match of the night. You can only go forward. I never saw me losing my briefcase to John Cena as a bad thing, it was a chance for my character to evolve. And evolve I did! I think, looking back at my career, when it’s all said and done, that night will go down as one of the most pivotal nights in my career.