Kurt Angle might follow in the footsteps of Chris Jericho soon, as the TNA star is now a candidate to appear on an upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars. His wife revealed that fact through Twitter and is currently trying to ramp up some support from his fans, so that it will happen.
Chris Jericho revealed on Twitter that Fozzy has been booked for another big concert event this summer. The band will be one of the many that will be performing at Carolina Rebellion, which is taking place on May 3 and May 4 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Other people performing that weekend will be Avenged Sevenfold, Seether, Motorhead, Rob Zombie and Kid Rock.
The Royal Rumble is going to be in Pittsburgh this upcoming Sunday, and so will Chris Jericho, who happens to be working the same auto show that Sheamus is scheduled for. That has led to speculations and rumors that Jericho will be making his return to WWE this weekend.
Chris Jericho is keeping himself busy, as the former WWE star has been booked, along with his band Fozzy, for the Rock on the Range music festival in Ohio during May. Guns 'n Roses, Slayer and Motorhead are the headline acts for that weekend.
Chris Jericho revealed on Twitter that he's about to be back in the studios with Fozzy to work on their brand new album. To generate interest, he also mentioned that the songs written for this one are nothing like anything that the band has done bfore.
Aside from ruining an on screen segment with Chris Jericho, another issue between Roddy Piper and WWE was the fact that the company wanted to restrict his ability to make appearances on other shows, which Piper refused to agree to since it might hurt his son's MMA career.
While the entertainment company and the performer have yet to make an announcement or confirmation, the Winnipeg Sun is reporting that Chris Jericho will be returning to WWE on March 7, 2014, during a live event held at the MTS Centre.
With so many rumors swirling about his potential return at the Royal Rumble, Chris Jericho took to Twitter to inform the fans that he is not returning to WWE any time soon. He did not close the door on a potential return down the line, though.
"I don't really have the itch. I'm super busy with all the stuff I'm doing, between Fozzy tours, we're getting ready to record a new record, the podcast, "But I'm Chris Jericho," which is another big hit. I'm also finishing my third book. There's a lot of stuff going on. Having said that, I'd be open to it, but I haven't had any conversations or anything like that. It's WrestleMania. Anybody that's been in WWE wants to be involved. If I'm there, it'll be awesome and I'll do everything I can to have the best match on the show. If I'm not, I'll have a great time watching it, I'm sure."