Chris Jericho On If WWE Pushes The Wrong Kind Of Talent, Reveals His Best Opponent

Source: Maxim

Maxim published an interview today with Chris Jericho, who was promoting the new web series Jon Davis Gets A Sex Robot, which he stars in. During the interview, Jericho talked about wrestling Ric Flair with a massive hangover, and named Shawn Michaels his best opponent. He was also asked about WWE fans complaining about WWE pushing "really huge guys" who can't wrestle (the interviewer clearly hasn't watched the product in a while).

"I don't see it that way," Jericho replied. "Wrestling is all about new talent and new turnaround of the stars. I could be the main event guy there for 20 years, but there's going to have to be other guys that come into that picture or else it's pretty boring and business will go really bad. There's only so much Jericho or so much HHH or so much Rock people can take. So you try different guys - some of them are bigger and don't really have the talent, they have more of the look.

"Some guys are small and go against the traditional WWE superstar, but yet are so damn good they make it to the top - I'm talking about guys like Eddie Guerrero, or even Shawn Michaels or Daniel Bryan right now. You have guys who would never be the typical WWE superstar, but because they were so damn good, they would rise to the top of the mountain. You have to realize that if you have 60 guys on the roster, the WWE is going to try and get every one of those 60 guys to world championship level. Some of them will make it, the majority won't, but until you try, you just never know. Everyone's got to get a full chance, if not, why are they even there on the payroll?"

You can check out the full interview by clicking here.

Salman El-Ahwal contributed to this article. Follow Raj Giri on Twitter at @RajGiri_303. Got a news tip or correction? Send it to us by clicking here.

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