Chris Jericho hasn't competed for the WWE for almost a year, and he likely won't be having a match in the company anytime soon since he is signed with All Elite Wrestling.
However, if Jericho did want to return to WWE, he would be welcomed back with open arms, as he's one of the biggest superstars the WWE has ever had.
His iconic career includes being a six-time world champion, a nine-time Intercontinental Champion, a seven-time world Tag Team Champion, a two-time United States Champion, a Hardcore Champion, and a European Champion.
Y2J is the ninth Triple Crown Champion, as well as the fourth Grand Slam Champion in history. One day in the near future, he's bound to be a WWE Hall of Famer as well.
With that in mind, Jericho was recently asked by a fan on his Talk is Jericho podcast who he would like to induct him into the WWE Hall of Fame when the day arrives.
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Via Wrestling Inc, Chris revealed he would like Kevin Owens to have the honours since Owens was a fan of his growing up and he also got to work with him.
He said: "I used to think that Shawn Michaels would be good, but he has done it before. I think, honestly, Kevin Owens would be good and I'll tell you the reason why.
"He grew up as a fan of mine and then I ended up doing this amazing angle with him. We had great chemistry.
"And, again, a cool whole eight-month angle or whatever it was, so I think it would be kind of cool to have him do it from both sides of the coin, from being a fan of Chris Jericho and then getting to work with Chris Jericho.
"Like, when Shawn got inducted, they never asked me, but I would have been a real good candidate. I would say Kevin Owens, or my go to answer is always Funaki."
Jericho will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame one day, and it would be great to see Owens induct him. Or Funaki, everyone loves Funaki.News Now - Sport News