* Jericho keeps in regular communication with the WWE.
* He had been in communication about a possible spot at WM 30 late last year. He had wanted to work with Daniel Bryan or Bray Wyatt.
* Obviously WM 30 did not work out, but he got a call roughly a month ago from one of the WWE writers, pitching a potential program with Bray Wyatt.
* Three weeks had past and he did not hear back from the company. He then heard from the company on June 27th.
* Triple H brokered the deal for the return, which Jericho said took about five minutes.
* Jericho then flew into Boston on Monday morning, avoiding flying into Hartford where Raw was taking place. He drove to Hartford, arrived at the area about 5:30 and had to avoid fans seeing him arrive.
* WWE’s Head of Talent Relations Mark Carrano met with Jericho and escorted him to a crew bus, where he stayed for about four hours.
* He spoke with agent Dean Malenko and gave input on how he would be used, and Vince McMahon signed off on it.
* Jericho then added that he will be working an “almost” full time schedule, including live events and the Japan tour.