WWE Superstar Chris Jericho recently participated in a interview with XSRock.com and discussed a wide variety of wrestling topics, check out the highlights below:
What are you most proud of from your wrestling career, your music career and personally?
“To be honest with you, the fact that I’ve been able to do what I wanted to do as a kid at high levels and do it for 27 years now. I’ve done wrestling and rock concerts in front of crowds as small as 8 people and as large as 80,00 people, but I’ve enjoyed every one of them exactly the same. It’s the old saying of “If you enjoy what you do, you’ll never work another day in your life” I’m happy to be doing what I’m doing and I’m not going to stop doing it. And, I appreciate everyone that has allowed me to be able to do it.”
Do you find many similarities between wrestling and rock n’ roll?
“Absolutely. They’re both very aggressive forms of entertainment, high energy, both very dependent on the reaction that you’re getting from the crowd. I always wanted to be the ultimate frontman of wrestling. I wanted to be the Paul Stanley of wrestling. When I started Fozzy, I took all of those characteristics that I had in wrestling and brought them back to Fozzy. So it’s all very symbiotic, all based on connecting with the audience and putting on a great show.”
The Rock has indicated that he would consider running for President of the United States. Is politics a forum that you would ever consider being involved with?
“I’m a duel citizen, so I could become the Prime minister of Canada and The President Of The United States at he same time. I was the first undisputed champ in wrestling, so maybe I could be the first undisputed leader of North America.”