The only justifiable explanation I can think of for his comments in the most recent WWE magazine would be that it was in character. Yes, one of the company’s top faces is a mostly silent guy who acts like a heel and still gets cheered, so that might be a reason for saying:
“There’s not many guys in the locker room right now that I haven’t worked with or that I feel I can have that big WrestleMania match with. Who have I not worked with that’s anybody? Up-and-comers are being groomed to be the next top star, but will they ever get to where I’ve got?”
Dude, why are you asking these questions? You’re the senior guy in the locker room. You shouldn’t be sitting there griping and moaning about people not offering YOU enough in the ring to give you a “big WrestleMania match”. You should be working with these up-and-comers (or “nobodies”, as you so pleasantly seem to be referring to them) and helping to put them over and pushing them up to your level.
You remember the Undertaker, right? I know he’s not been around for a while, so let me jog your memory. Universally respected, dispenser of advice to all the talent. He’ll explain this to you. It’s the way he works, anyway, and the way that most senior wrestlers do.
Or while you’re still recovering from your injury or whatever the hell happened when Wade Barrett pushed you down those stairs, maybe you could take a look through any of the books by Mick Foley or Chris Jericho, where they talk about how grateful they were to the experienced guys when they were new, and how much they’ve enjoyed working with rookie talent to put them over.
It’s part of the job, Randy, you arrogant swine. Stop sitting on your backside waiting for opportunities to be thrown at you (although I imagine this is something you’re very used to), get some ideas of your own, suggest them to Creative, and make something interesting happen.