Chris Jericho and PAC Confirm Involvement in All Elite Wrestling

Pearl Mccarthy
January 10, 2019

Cody Rhodes commented on the rally via Wrestling Inc after it was all said and done, and he noted that they held some things back because they wanted Jericho's arrival to be the big moment of the rally.

However, Jericho's contract reportedly expired after his match with Naito, and now he's said to be on the brink of turning out for All Elite Wrestling (rumours about a Jericho AEW appearance only intensified after he thanked AEW President/Jacksonville Jaguars owner Tony Khan for tickets to an National Football League game).

But as stars like Chris Jericho, PAC (Neville in the WWE) and Joey Janela have announced their signings with the company, an important question has arisen - will wrestlers who sign with AEW be exclusively tied to just that promotion? Tony will assemble a great team to take AEW over the top, for the benefit of everyone who loves the wrestling industry, while continuing to serve in his current capacities with the Jaguars and Fulham. We definitely don't want to shut doors - there's no reason too.

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All Jericho needs to do is come to terms on a new deal.

"Some situations, it's case-by-case", Cody said.

Cody Rhodes on Joey Janela and Chris Jericho still being able to run their shows or cruisers:randi Rhodes on not wanting to shut doors: "The idea for us is to be friendly with a lot of people".

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