Chris Jericho’s Higher Level Of Confidence To Bring New Ideas For The Fans, Talks When He Would Resign
The Canadian-American professional wrestler Christopher Keith Irvine, ring named Chris Jericho, has discussed his future with WWE in an interview with HuffPost Live. The purpose of the interview was to hype the season finale of USA’s “Tough Enough.” Read below to get a scoop of it.
A rockstar in the community of wrestling, Jericho has won 30 championships between three most American promotions named WWE, WCW, and ECW. He has become world champion for six times and he is now all set to warm up his body and muscles in the present season of “Tough Enough.”
“Even now, working the live events, I feel that I’m having the best match of the show, or one of them, and coming out of the ring feeling, ‘that was really good.’ I’m still doing everything that I ever could, still thinking, still coming up with new ideas and facing new guys that give you extra elements to work with,” Jericho said.
According to Jericho, his retirement totally depends upon his wish as he has done almost everything, which, what he thinks, anyone can hardly do. He would only give up wrestling when he would feel that he could no longer perform. Once he abandons his career, he would never come back as he has never done wrestling for the financial requirement.
Jericho claimed that he is still capable of coming up with new ideas that undeniably attract his fans and viewers. Once the crowd stop reacting to him and if he fails to come up with new ideas, he would immediately resign.
According to Wrestling Inc, the 44-year old multi-talented personality (who is also a musician, songwriter, and businessman) also emphasized on his capability. He said that he is still having the best match of live events and whenever he come out of the ring he feels “that was really good.”
Inquisitr reported that Jericho is a lead singer of an American heavy metal (rock music) band named “Fozzy” with guitarist Rich Ward. He was first seen in the sci-fi movie “Android Apocalypse” in 2006 followed by “Albino Farm” in 2009, “MacGruber” in 2010 and “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” in 2015.
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