Chris Jericho officially done with WWE universe?

As it's been widely publicised, former WWE star Cody Rhodes has teamed up with popular indie tag team The Young Bucks to create their own promotion; All Elite Wrestling.

What do you think of Chris Jericho signing with AEW? And they did not disappoint.

Chris Jericho was a guest on Busted Open Radio today, taking the time to discuss the behind the scenes happenings as AEW prepares for their second show, Double Or Nothing, and the other major plans ahead of them. Jericho, who most recently appeared at New Japan Pro Wrestling's Wrestle Kingdom 13 on January 4, was last seen on WWE programming in April 2018 during the Greatest Royal Rumble pay-per-view. He also started dressing like a goth dad. This assumption can be made after he made a surprise appearance and blurted out that he was "All in" for all forms of Elite Wrestling.

"He's a huge star, a household name, and yeah, if the situation was right, obviously".

Cody Rhodes and co have been rumoured to be launching a new company several months.

As for the AEW's first show, it was announced by Cody and The Bucks that the sequel to their All In event-Double or Nothing-will take place on May 25 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

On September 1st, 2018Rhodeses and The Young Bucks held an event called "All In" in IL, that included some of the biggest non-WWE talent from around the world. This could be the year true competition returns to the sport for the first time since 2001.

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