There's no way to describe what I do. It's just me.
What's real? What's not? That's what I do in my act, test how other people deal with reality.
When I perform, it's very personal. I'm sharing things I like, inviting the audience into my room.
I just want real reactions. I want people to laugh from the gut, be sad from the gut-or get angry from the gut.
My mother sent me to psychiatrists since the age of four because she didn't think little boys should be sad. When my brother was born, I stared out the window for days. Can you imagine that?
If I play my cards right, I could bring network wrestling back to TV. Unfortunately, to most people, wrestling is a laughingstock. But fortunately, I'm reaching people who otherwise wouldn't watch it.
While all the other kids were out playing ball and stuff, I used to stay in my room and imagine that there was a camera in the wall. And I used to really believe that I was putting on a television show and that it was going out to somewhere in the world.