No more wrestling for WWE veteran?
There might be a huge change of plans after WrestleMania 32
WWE veteran Chris Jericho may be handed a new task by the franchise after the conclusion of WrestleMania 32, and could land a role with WWE events in the near future reports wrestlinginc.com.
WWE have even advertised him for the 12th April SmackDown tapings which will take place in San Diego.
Whatever role Jericho takes up he’s bound to be good as he’s one wrestler who’s not only a jack of all trades but also quite a master at them. Besides his commitments with WWE, Chris is also the lead singer of the band Fozzy, who have released seven albums since their formation in 1999, with an eighth album due this year.
The 45-year-old has also ventured into television projects outside WWE, including participating in the competition ‘Dancing With The Stars’ in 2011, before being eliminated in the sixth week; as well as hosting the ABC gameshow ‘Downfall’, as well as collaborating with VH1 on various projects.
Jericho has also won his fair share of laurels on the WWE, including three World Heavyweight Championships, nine WWE Intercontinental Championships, five World Tag Team Championships, amongst other silverware.