Video: CM Punk Talks Putting Too Much Pressure On Himself, Undertaker, John Cena & More

CM Punk spoke to Sam Roberts after the WrestleMania press conference. Here are the highlights:

On downplaying his match with Undertaker: “I don’t know how to properly continue to articulate that – I put too much pressure on myself. That’s what it is, Sam. I’m hung up on going on last at WrestleMania, being The Main Event. There’s all sorts of people who tell you, ‘You’re wrestling The Undertaker, maybe that’s bigger than the title, it’s bigger than going on last, and there’s a difference between The Main Event and The Last Match.’ It’s just been ingrained into me ever since I was a kid that I wanted to be in the main event of WrestleMania.”

On John Cena calling him an average looking pedestrian: “It feels pretty good. I don’t like to walk down the street and be recognized. No, it doesn’t hurt my feelings. That’s the whole point. That’s why I didn’t wear a suit to the press conference. Everybody dresses up. Everybody wants to to please Vince (McMahon), and I just like to be comfortable. I gotta be me.”

On why he’s wearing an Antonio Cesaro shirt: “Because Antonio Cesaro is awesome and I like to represent guys that don’t necessarily get the representation if you know what I mean.”

Here is the interview: