Chris Jericho's return to the WWE was hyped up to be a huge deal and yet he's nothing but a mid card performer. Would Chris Jericho's return be considered a failure as far as the expectations were concerned?
No not at all. Chris Jericho was very well aware that if he went back to WWE that he would have to work as an upper-mid card performer under the likes of John Cena, Triple H, and Randy Orton. Is that to say that he will never get another run at the WWE Championship? No but he was well aware of what his position would be in the company before he signed a contract to comeback. I have talked to people very close to Chris and they tell me that he loves being back in the business. Jericho is still making very good money and feels rejuvenated in WWE.
Now that The Big Show is back are there any updates on when Chris Harris and Ron Killings are coming?
I have not heard anything recently regarding Chris Harris. He is under a WWE contract and when he does begin to work for the company, it will be on television. As for Ron Killings, I was told that WWE gave him the OK to fulfill his independent bookings through the end of March so it would appear that he will return after WrestleMania. That could change at a drop of hat but is the current plan.
Is Shawn Michaels going to be the man to end Ric Flair’s incredible career?
While the overwhelming majority of the people on the Internet will say that Michaels will be the one to end Flair’s career, from what I understand, that has not been finalized. At this point it is up in the air and we will learn more as WrestleMania draws closer. WWE has a history of changing finishes right before an event happens to keep people guessing.
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