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Chris Jericho Says "Never Say Never" To WWE Return
Posted by Joseph Lee on 11.29.2012



Chris Jericho recently spoke with Will Piper, a journalism student at Staffordshire University, for the Staffordshire Newsletter. He talked about touring and whether or not he'd return to WWE.

On starting a new leg of his tour: "Stoke was great last night, it was awesome to start the tour with a sold out show. I always get nervous, but it's good to have that nervous energy. Stoke's a great city and I'm glad to be back, it was a good show and thanks to everyone for coming out."

On if he will return to WWE: "I'm not quite done with wrestling yet. Never say never."

You can find the rest of the interview here.





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