– Promoting his ongoing Fozzy tour of the United Kingdom, Chris Jericho spoke to Staffordshire University broadcast journalism student Will Piper of the Staffordshire Newsletter. When asked about a potential return to WWE, the six-time world champion replied, “I’m not quite done with wrestling yet. Never say never.”
On performing before a sold-out crowd Tuesday night at “The Underground,” Jericho said, “Stoke was great last night, it was awesome to start the tour with a sold out show. I always get nervous, but it’s good to have that nervous energy. Stoke’s a great city and I’m glad to be back, it was a good show and thanks to everyone for coming out.” The full interview is available here.
– 3MB members Drew McIntyre and Heath Slater are scheduled for an autograph signing at tomorrow’s NXT live event at Largo Minregg Hall 6340 126th Ave N, Largo, Florida. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
– The official WWE website has added early 1990s character Max Moon to its Alumni section. He is the only WWE wrestler ever billed from “Outer Space.” Konnan was originally pegged for the role, but he bolted from the promotion in 1992 following a disagreement with Vince McMahon. Since Paul Diamond fit the costume, he was chosen to assume the character.