Part-time WWE Superstar Chris Jericho spoke about the length of his current run with the company during the latest episode of his weekly “Talk Is Jericho” podcast, which is available right now at PodcastOne.com.
Regarding his current run with WWE, Jericho stated the following:
““For all you jack-offs that think you can predict what my future is, I’m not going anywhere. Am I going to be here next week? Yeah. Am I going to be here one more month? I’m not going to tell you. You’re just going to have to wait and see.”
Jericho, who competed at WrestleMania 32 this past Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, also spoke about how there’s no feeling that compares to performing in front of the massive crowds that WWE draws at WrestleMania each year. As noted, this year’s WrestleMania drew a reported attendance of 101,763.
“When you actually get there, you get to that stadium and see 101,000 people, I’ll tell you what, man, it’s an experience like no other. And it doesn’t matter how many shows I’ve done, how many matches I’ve had, how many WrestleManias I’ve had, there [have] been 12, nothing beats going out there in front of that type of crowd and having a great match. And it’s what we do this for.”
As far as the actual match itself, which saw Jericho defeat AJ Styles in singles competition, Y2J has no problems sharing his belief that it was one of the best matches on the card at this year’s WrestleMania.
“I had a great time working with AJ Styles all four of our matches and the last one at WrestleMania  was exactly what we wanted. And especially after the amazing spectacle of the seven-man Intercontinental [Championship] ladder match. Our mission was to bring it down a bit and then build it back up with wrestling. And we did that. It was one of the best matches on the show. I don’t mind saying that.”
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