Chris Jericho: Nothing left to achieve in WWE
WWE star Chris Jericho believes he is having more fun than ever with the company - despite not having anything left to achieve
Chris Jericho believes that he has nothing left to achieve in the WWE.
During a question and answer session with fans on social media site Twitter, Jericho said in response to being asked if there were any more goals that he wanted to achieve in the WWE: “No, but I’m having more fun than ever”.
Chris Jericho, whose real name is Christopher Irvine, has been with the WWE since 1999, although he had a break in 2005 before re-signing for the company in 2007.
During this time Jericho has been a three time world heavyweight champion and has earned wide-recognition for his finishing manoeuvre, ‘The Walls of Jericho’, which means that he is certain to become part of the WWE Hall-of-Fame when he does choose to retire.
Jericho is also a keen fan of music and often tours with his band, ‘Fozzy’, who he is the lead vocalist for.
The 42-year-old is currently participating in a feud with the powerful Ryback and is set to fight him at the upcoming Money in the Bank pay-per-view.
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