WWE legend Chris Jericho has taken a sly shot at the man that attacked him on his latest Monday night RAW appearance.
Jericho has been speaking about his WWE future and he has confirmed that he will be returning this month, but not on TV.
Jericho has confirmed his presence at live events and house shows which should help increase attendances in the run up to WrestleMania.
Speaking to 'Slam Wrestling', Jericho was reflecting on his imminent future plans and has confirmed a WWE return.
"I’m going back in January and February to just do live events — no TV," - Jericho on his return to the ring
However prior to his return to the ring, he has made a sly remark aimed at the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar.
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Lesnar and Jericho last met when Jericho was the special guest host of RAW a few weeks ago and Y2J placed himself in a match with Lesnar's advocate Paul Heyman.
Lesnar would appear in that match and deliver the F-5 to Jericho and leave the guest host flat out in the ring.
When Jericho was asked about his return to the WWE, he revealed that he had some time off after touring with his band Fozzy and has now chosen to return to the ring.
"I'm like the anti-Brock Lesnar"
Jericho - making reference to Lesnar's three month absence after Night of Champions back in September, he has shown his own frustrations at the Champion's disappearance.
Lesnar taking the heat?
Lesnar was absent from the WWE for three months following his victory over John Cena at Night of Champions and it was not well received by the WWE Universe.
The fans were growing increasingly impatient with Lesnar and his constant absence but with the Beast Incarnate now back on our screens, the WWE landscape is once again shaken up.
The Authority have also returned and Lesnar was part of the on stage celebrations as RAW went off the air on Monday night.
The champion is now back and is clearly here to help build up his clash with Cena at the Royal Rumble.
The two should be set now to feud massively as the weeks to the first big Pay-Per-View of 2015 go by.
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