|By Raj Giri||February 14, 2013 | Comments|
Source: The Miami HeraldScott Fishman of The Miami Herald has an interview with Chris Jericho, who was promoting SyFy's Robot Combat League, which he hosts. During the interview, Jericho discussed his latest WWE stint and how long he sees himself sticking around.
"I have been feeling great," Jericho said. "I feel like all the matches that I've been having are the best matches on the show or close to it. This is especially true the last couple of weeks working with guys like Daniel Bryan. I really like doing other things too.
"Fozzy has been doing great. We are getting ready to go to Australia and then I will come back to WWE after that. The Robot Combat League is a big opportunity. I've always considered myself an entertainer more than just a wrestler or just an actor or just a musician. I think it's very beneficial to do all these other things, but still be able to come back to WWE for good chunks of time or spurts.
"That is probably going to be my career from now on. I will keep coming back as long as I feel I'm still working at the highest level that I can. It won't be for two years, but if I come back to two or so months at a time. Then I can do that, then it gives me the opportunity to do the other projects I have going on as well."
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