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Chris Jericho Says Music Is His Priority Right Now, What Will Bring Him Back to Wrestling
By Marc Middleton
Mar 26, 2014 - 9:21:48 AM

- Chris Jericho recently spoke with News Magazine Network to promote his upcoming Wizard World appearance in St. Louis. Jericho was asked which is harder - pro wrestling or music. Jericho responded:

“It’s all hard. And it’s all show business. I’ve never considered myself a wrestler. I consider myself an entertainer. Anything that falls within that show business umbrella I feel I can do. That’s how I set my goals.”

Jericho also talked what his priority is right now:

“My priority now is with my band, Fozzy. I do so much touring with the band that my WWE wrestling appearances for now are far and in between. I still enjoy it. When I feel there’s something interesting to me I’ll get back in wrestling, but for now I’m plenty busy with everything I’m doing.”

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