The WWE Universe cannot help but love Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens these days.
The Monday Night Raw duo are meant to be heels, and yes, they do get their fair share of boos, but they also get a lot of cheers, especially Y2J.
Due to this fact, WWE are already dropping hints that the best friends may split up and have a feud with each other, which could see Jericho's stint with the company come to an end.
It's well documented that the veteran is just a part-time wrestler, mainly due to his schedule with the band Fozzy, and although WWE have reportedly extended his stay due to his recent performances, he's not sticking around forever.
With Y2J possibly leaving soon, and the fact he's getting more cheers than boos these days, it's likely that WWE will pull the trigger on the duo sooner rather than later.
According to NoDQ, WWE are already planning the break up of Jericho and Owens, which could then lead to a match at the Monday Night Raw pay-per-view Roadblock in December.
Over the past few weeks, WWE have teased tension between the duo, with Jericho repeatedly hinting at the Universal Championship, and Owens leaving his supposed best friend in the ring by himself during attacks from Seth Rollins.
Despite the break up angle being pushed back, NoDQ are reporting that it's still in WWE's plans and it could happen around the time of Survivor Series, which will then lead to a match at the December PPV.
It's likely that the match at Roadblock would be Jericho's last for his stint with the company, which will then allow him to focus on Fozzy's new album.