In a recent interview with Milwaukee Magazine, wrestling legend, Chris Jericho opened up more on working for both New Japan Pro Wrestling and WWE. Below is some highlights of the interview.
Working where he wants:
“I don’t do things for money anymore. I do it because I like to do it. It’s a good place, man, to do whatever I want to do and to enjoy all these different projects and make sure that fans can continue to get a lot of excitement out of what I do. It’s very important for me to make sure people can never pin down what Jericho is going to do next.”
His Cruise of Jericho:
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“Fozzy played the KISS Kruise a couple years ago, and the moment I got off the boat I knew I wanted to do my own rock and wrestling cruise. It took me two years to get it up and running, but it’s really exciting. It’s a big gamble and there’s a lot at stake. But we’re on a solid pace, and if all goes well we’ll get ready for number two next year. I want it to be an annual destination vacation for anyone that appreciates and enjoys what I enjoy, which is wrestling and podcasts, paranormal, comedy, great rock shows and everything in between.”
Ric Flair Remembers Retirement Match
Today is the 10-year anniversary of the classic Shawn Michaels vs Ric Flair match at WrestleMania 34, which saw the Nature Boy retire from in-ring competition in WWE. Flair was remembering the moment on Twitter today, thanking Shawn and the WWE for making the moment so special.
Today Is The Ten Year Anniversary Of My Retirement Match With Shawn Michaels! Thank You Shawn And The WWE For Making My WrestleMania Moment So Special! @WWE pic.twitter.com/PjJoARRFMp
— Ric Flair® (@RicFlairNatrBoy) March 30, 2018