Chris Jericho Might Be Returning To WWE Soon

Posted: Oct 9 2014, 11:15am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 9 2014, 11:18am CDT, in News | Latest Sports News

 

Chris Jericho might be Returning To WWE Soon
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According to WrestlingInc.com, Chris Jericho’s return to the WWE may occur sooner, rather than later.

We all believe that it was too soon for Chris Jericho to leave the WWE Universe. His departure came soon after his most recent-run came to an end and if it wasn’t enough to have Jericho face off against Bray Wyatt, their promo abilities were off the charts. When it comes to talking on the microphone then these two men are absolutely brilliant and we cant blame the world for attentively giving in their ears. The two went back and forth backstage during a RAW segment and the small exchange can be seen online.

When it comes to brining out emotions, no one does a better job than Wyatt (perhaps Paul Heymen) and on this segment we are clearly able to hear and feel what he said and felt. The “Eater of Worlds” brought the best out of Chris Jericho and vice-versa but the departure of Lionheart is highly being felt in the WWE world now. When it comes to top-babyface wrestlers, WWE is certinaly running out and having John Cena and Dean Ambrose around is simply not enough for the organization.

However, it is being said that this wont last for too long because WrestlingInc.com says that Chris Jericho’s return to the WWE may occur sooner, rather than later.

“As noted yesterday, Chris Jericho is advertised for several WWE shows during their overseas tour in November, including the Nov. 10th show in Bournemouth, England, the SmackDown taping in Liverpool, England on Nov. 11, and the Nov. 15 show in Frankfurt, Germany. Jericho teased his return on his latest podcast that dropped today. [My] latest run with the WWE is over for now, but don’t worry,” Jericho said. “I will be back sooner than you think, especially for my friends over in the UK and Germany.”

source: wrestlezone

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