There was a bunch of junk that I wrote that I handed to Vince that he was like, 'ok, say that,' and I said none of that. I said whatever the hell I wanted, because I was out the door; I was leaving. I was going home, so I didn't care... What were they going to do? Were they going to fire me? Come on. I was going to Australia the next day. If they fired me I didn't have to go to Australia the next day. That would've been fine with me. But I had no idea, I wasn't like, 'this is going to be great and this going to rejuvenate me and my career.' No, I was just done. I didn't care."
wrestlemania 29, royal rumble 2014...you might not have liked the guys going over but worst ppv ending(s) not in million years.
WM29 really was, for what it represented. Not particularly the match result itself, but WWE shoving the image that they knew nobody wanted to see down the fans' throats to an overwhelming chorus of boos was probably the most depressing PPV ending of all-time.
Royal Rumble 2014 wasn't really bad but WM29, the biggest show of the year, ending like that was a disgrace.