We all know Chris Jericho is a part-time wrestler, as throughout the year he is touring with his band - Fozzy.

But do the part-time wrestlers ruin it for the full-time ones? 

I mean, Chris Jericho has been on a losing streak lately, Fandango at WrestleMania, Ryback at Money in the Bank, RVD on Monday night Raw, and he himself admitted he has nothing left to achieve in WWE, so is this what it's come to? 

Coming out and losing as long as he gets his pay check? 

I don't mind it usually but everyone knew the Rock was going to win at last year's WrestleMania - why would he return if he wasn't going to win?

Then we all knew he was going to lose this year because he couldn't continue with his hectic schedule. 

Brock Lesnar is the same, he is happy to beat everyone up as long as he gets the paycheque. But he is harder to predict, after losing to Triple H at WrestleMania and then winning the re-match, it's hard to predict where the CM Punk/Heyman storyline will go and what part he will play in it.

We know The Rock has his acting career to focus on and Chris Jericho has his music, I think Brock has his UFC i'm unsure but are these to much of a second job for them to be able to keep coming back and leaving? 

I am a massive Y2J fan, Raw is Jericho is the way forward and I was just getting back used to him after his Royal Rumble return and now I just feel a little let down that he doesn't want to accomplish anything else so he isn't going to receive a push, he is just going to job for the rest of his career.

I love that WWE are allowing all these guys to return on a part time basis because they add something extra to the show, but when these guys leave, it's the full-time ones who have to come out and try and continue that excitement which I feel is a little unfair. 

With WrestleMania's big anniversary coming up next year, I believe a lot more will be returning but will they be staying or will WWE be adding to their part time book?

I am still unsure where my opinion lies on the whole thing, I just know the Jericho saga doesn't sit right with me and a few other Jerchoholics.


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