Chris Jericho made his return to WWE to guest host Monday Night Raw and after causing massive ripples through WWE by making the main event a Steel Cage match between John Cena and Seth Rollins and he himself was F5'd by Brock Lesnar, the former World Champion spoke to YorkRegion.com about his wrestling career beginning to calm down.
He said: "I have got a lot of stuff going on to the point that wrestling is less a part of my life," said Jericho.
Jericho continued, "But I enjoy it and that's why I keep going back to do it. As long as I can compete at a high level I will keep going back as a special attraction. That's a good way to be but there's no telling how much longer I can be there. Sooner or later something is going to happen."
The first ever Undisputed WWE World Champion was scheduled to face Paul Heyman in a one-on-one match last night until his client The Beast Incarnate arrived and attacked Jericho and after a thunderous F5 he was left flat on the mat.
Jericho's main act whilst in power was to claim his Slammy award back from Fandango after he won Extreme Moment of the year for his dive off the top of the steel cage on Bray Wyatt but the dancing superstar took the award on his behalf and decided not to return it.
Fandango then came out later and was floored by Roman Reigns in what looked like a set up from the guest General Manager and it seemed to get the message across.
Future uncertain for Jericho
The future for Chris Jericho is still quite uncertain as we head towards Royal Rumble, he many not be set to be involved in the 30-man-over the top rope battle royal after a busy year within WWE.
Jericho also tours with his rock band Fozzy when he isn't wrestling, but the hope is that he will continue to return to WWE as a guest and make appearances at the highest level whilst he still can, because the WWE Universe still love Y2J and he still remains a major pull for the company.
Meanwhile, Edge and Christian are set to be the hosts of next weeks final Raw before Christmas, which would be the perfect way to begin the festive period.