"Well, I think we can go back farther than that to my victory over the Undertaker. It's plain and simple for this, and I can keep saying it, it's like a broken record all the time, but I came back to this company for one reason and one reason only and that was to be at the top, to be the WWE world heavyweight champion. Everything that's been put in front of me I think I've accomplished."
On being the hunted instead of the hunter and if that changes things:
"Not at all. I don't come into any fight with any other mind set than to just kick ass. That's all my job is, plain and simple. I got the best job in the world. Eat. Sleep. Kick ass. Repeat. That's what I do. And I happen to enjoy it, and I happen to be very good at it. I'm not here to play off anybody else's emotions, I'm not here to play off what other people think. Brock Lesnar is the face of this company. I don't know when people are actually going to get it through their head."
On John Cena trying to prove he can beat him:
"I'm not a man of many words, all right? That's why I have a guy that does all my talking for me. John Cena is a guy that can talk all he wants to about what he's going to do. Kudos to John; kudos to John Cena. He's been at the company for a long time. He's talked the talk and he's walked the walk, but he's finally faced a man that neither of them works. I don't really care what kind of John Cena shows up on Sunday, I really don't. It's not going to change my game plan at all. Not one bit."
On if things will change after what happened on Raw and if he felt a different Cena than at SummerSlam:
"I can't answer that. I'm not out there to feel another man's emotion. That's ridiculous. I come from a fight background. I come from an amateur background, mono-e-mono (sic), and the last thing I'm thinking about is another man's emotions. So, no. Like I said, on Sunday at Night of Champions, I don't care what John Cena shows up. Whoever he is, whoever he wants to be at Night of Champions, I really don't care. I'm a prize fighter, all right? I come to Monday Night Raw to promote fights. I showed up on Monday Night Raw to promote Night of Champions and it just so happened that John Cena is all fired up about this match on Sunday, and so am I. It's plain and simple. On Sunday, John Cena is gonna get another ass beating."