It seems like that for the second straight year, Chris Jericho is going to be left out of the biggest pay-per-view event on the WWE calender, WrestleMania.
According to reports from WrestleZone, Jericho will be going on tour with his band Fozzy for a few weeks in March just before 'Mania, and with his lack of TV time in the build up to the grandest stage of all he may just be written out of the show.
"He will go back on the road with Fozzy on March 4th for the bands’ three week European tour. He is not currently on the books for WrestleMania 31, but WWE is still in the planning stages for April’s big annual event."
This comes as a bit of a surprise in all honesty, as despite the fact that Jericho has had no real feud since Bray Wyatt much earlier in the year, he still puts on excellent matches.
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But Jericho returned at Night of Champions and faced off against Randy Orton in a match that was just two talented superstars going at it. It was a real throwback to pro wrestling and less of the Sports Entertainment that Vince McMahon loves and it was incredible.
Jericho and Orton's match completely stole the show despite any back story, which makes it a surprise he won't be involved in some way come WrestleMania, just from a talent standpoint.