When it comes to surprising the audience, Chris Jericho is one of the performers who takes a lot of pride in that. Initially, he was scheduled to make his return to WWE next weekend at live events. However, the former world heavyweight champion decided to come back this weekend instead. Fans in Montgomery, Alabama were treated to his appearance tonight. Jericho worked a singles match against Luke Harper and got the win.
January 10, 2015
In a sign of how savvy he is as a businessman, Chris Jericho has himself double booked in Las Vegas later on this month. The first part of the evening will see him returning as a WWE superstar during the live event at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. Afterwards, the former world heavyweight champion will get dressed up and head over to the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, where he will be the guest host at the trendy Body English night club.
January 7, 2015
Chris Jericho is making his always welcomed return to WWE next month, but unless you're buying a ticket and heading to the arenas, you will not be seeing him in action. The former world heavyweight champion has signed on to work several live events for the company. Jericho, however, will not be working any television taping or pay per view. He does not want to be overexposed for when he actually does decide to make another comeback.
December 17, 2014
Considering the stature that he has reached, it is understandable that Chris Jericho has a lot of clout backstage in WWE. He often times gets to choose the opponent that he wants to work with. Bray Wyatt was a handpicked choice. During a recent interview, the former world heavyweight champion listed three more wrestlers that he wants to work with when he makes his next return. Jericho listed Daniel Bryan, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose as the three.
December 10, 2014