On if he’ll go back to blonde hair:
“You know I think people had just gotten used to the blonde. I think the blonde had a symbolism behind it, not like an evil symbolism, eh I guess there was kinda an evil symbolism behind it. I had adapted to the blonde. So when they told me I’m going back to do these five episodes of Arrow, I was clearly really excited, but when they said I couldn’t be blonde it stung a little. It also strung a little when I walked on the set and — I can’t say too much — but the person who was sharing the particular scene with me was a total bleach blonde. I think we got rid of [the blonde hair] a little bit too soon, so I wouldn’t be surprised if we saw the blonde make a random appearance or a random return — it’s a lot of work for my hair because it’s so dark, but it’s not gone forever.”
On Stephen Amell’s training for All In:
“So today I go to Vancouver — not for Arrow — and all of tomorrow we’ve got an independent wrestling promotion in Vancouver, they’ve loaned him their ring. Stephen aims, I think he wants to surprise. The first time I was in the ring with him and he springboarded in and stuck the landing and squared off with me when I was Stardust, I was surprised and the Brooklyn crowd was surprised. I think now that this is an elevated level you can’t get away with these, ‘oh he’s athletic.’ You’re gonna have to bring something new to the table. I think he’s prepared to do so. I’m looking forward to that match for the people who are looking forward to it and for the people who it’s the one match where they’re like, ‘come on!'