WWE News: What Should We Expect When Chris Jericho Returns to the Ring?
WWE News Buzzes As Chris Jericho Talks About Returning to the Company
While he may not be as popular as John Cena and Randy Orton, Chris Jericho is vital to the WWE.
He was the company's first Undisputed Champion and has been a part of so many pivotal moments in WWE's history that it's hard to imagine the industry without him.
Jericho has been away from the company for some time now as he took part in Dancing With the Stars, but now that he's been kicked off, he has an open calender and it's only a matter of time before he shows up on WWE television.
The question is, what should we expect from him going forward?
"I don't want to go back and do the same thing. And do the same character I was doing last time. You constantly have to reinvent yourself. It's kind of a strange analogy but I think you'll pick it up when I say it - I always consider myself to be the Madonna of wrestling. And what I mean by that is 'constantly re-inventing yourself."
"Every album Madonna does, she morphs into new styles of music and new looks. And when you work for the WWE, you work 52 weeks out of the year and on TV every week. You can't look the same or act the same every week. It gets boring."
"And I think that's why I've had such longevity as a performer and was always the guy to watch because people wanted to see what I did next. I even did that on Dancing with the Stars. And you have to do that or else you become predictable. And that's the worst thing you can become when you're in show business."
I think that's what makes Jericho so good for the company. He is the type of guy who can seamlessly transition from one role to another and never skip a beat in the ring, on the microphone or with the crowd.
He was such a good heel in his last run with WWE and I hope he comes back sooner rather than later, because we could use some good heels, especially on the SmackDown brand, which was really depleted after the latest draft.
Jericho has such a great mind and feel for this business and having him in the locker room could really help bring some good angles back to the company and get some really good feuds going. I think a feud with Orton would be a good one to start, get a really solid program going at the top of the show and let the cards fall where they may.
One can dream, I suppose.
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