Yeah, of course. We've been working on a few songs: “Hot Mustard,” “Lava Flowing Out of the Volcano.” Drew's going to be working on a love album, too. His heart's been broken a few times.
What kind of music are you into and not into?
Honestly, I like it all. I listen to everything. I just don't like that heavy screaming metal. [Does a hilarious impression that sounds like the guy from Disturbed in a hardcore band] [When] you can't understand what words they're saying, I don't like that type of stuff. I like a song to tell a story, you know? '80s hair bands are good.
Three Man Band is going to go on tour. You're going to have three touring partners. What bands would they be?
Oh, shoot. Probably Guns N' Roses, Metallica and Hinder — and Bon Jovi. Let's say four.
I'd pay a lot of money to be backstage for that thing.
Heck yeah, I think everyone would. Of course, they would have to open for us though. We're going to be the stars of that anyway. People have been wanting to hear what we already got, but we're going to make sure it's perfect before we put it out. Drew always says, 'One song could change the world,' and I really believe that.
Who are the guys you tend to travel with? Is it Jinder and Drew? Is there somebody else?
Jinder and Drew, man. We travel as a band. We've got a little tour bus that takes us around to each arena. We just was on Bourbon Street having a good time at Mardi Gras. We got our little tour bus to drop us off right there in the middle of it like we always do and go out there and have a great time. You'll see footage. Don't worry, it'll be up.
Now, make a prediction. WrestleMania 29 is coming up soon. Where are you going to be at WrestleMania 30?
I'll be around somewhere, I can say that much. You never know. If my 3MB puts out that one song, you might see me touring the States and wrestling on television. I have confidence in myself that even [with] WrestleMania 29, you'll see somewhere on there. WrestleMania 30 you will, too, just like at 28 and 27 you saw me.
Is there anything about you as a character or you the person that people don't know but should?
Ah, I don't think. I mean, you might see the One Man Band out having a good time, and Heath Slater doing the same thing, just turned up to 10. That's me letting my aggression out. The man Heath Miller [is a] family man that has a good time coming home and putting his feet up watching The Walking Dead. There's different sides to everybody, I guess you could say.
Who's your favorite Walking Dead character and your least favorite?
[Sighs] I like Daryl, and I like Rick, but Rick's losing his mind, man. Glenn really proved himself, actually. I like those guys. My least favorite? The Governor. Man, he's such a good bad guy. Of course, if he's sucking me into not liking him, I guess he's doing a good job.
Plus, he shares that name with that opponent from your first match.
[Laughs] Exactly, and we joke about that, too.