Chris Jericho On If He Watches The Current WWE Product, Which Stars He Likes, His Web Series, More

Source: The Rack

Does he follow the current WWE product: "I don't watch a lot because of my schedule being super crazy, over-the-top busy, but I follow along with what's going on online and stuff. I like what the Shield was doing. I like the Daniel Bryan character. I like some of the more underrated characters; I think Antonio Cesaro is a tremendous performer. Visit WrestlingInc. You know, there's a lot of different guys that I think are really coming into their own and a lot of guys that WILL come into their own over the next few years and that's basically the most important thing when you're in that business, playing character, is that you really have to get the confidence and the ability to know what it is that you're doing and where it is you want to go with your character and once you can kind of stumble upon that, you'll grow by leaps and bounds. Sometimes it just takes time to figure out 'Who am I, as this character?' and 'What do I need to do to bring this guy forward?' "

Is there anything he hasn't done that he'd like to: "I've pretty much kept it, like it seems like I do a lot of stuff, and I do, but it's all in the same realm of being creative and working on these things that I've always dreamed of doing: wrestling and music. But acting is definitely part of that. I just want to do more of what I've been doing; the band has been going great and Fozzy has really blowing up over the past few years. So, I want continue to grown with Fozzy and to do more acting. I love playing a character; I really enjoyed filming 'But I'm Chris Jericho'. I love, obviously, watching it and seeing all of the feedback we've been getting, all the positive feedback.

"I like surprising people; I don't like being complacent and doing the same thing over and over and over again. I like changing it up and switching it up and broadening my creative themes; that's very important. I think that's you should never get sterile with what you're doing in your life, or get bored; you've got to continue to grow and get better and try new things if you think you can accomplish them. That's kind of what I've based my career on over the past 5 to 6 years."

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