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Chris Jericho On If He Would Do Commentary After Retiring

Top AEW Star Chris Jericho recently did a live Q&A with the fans, which he calls “Saturday Night Special” on his Facebook. His special guest on the most recent edition was director, actor and comedian Kevin Smith. During the live Q&A, Jericho talked about doing commentary duties on last week’s episode of Dynamite. It was recently made official that Jericho will once again do commentary duties on Dynamite with Tony Schiavone.

This is what Chris Jericho said:

“It was pretty fun.” “I’ve never commentated on a whole show before. The reason why I wanted to do it was just to have a presence on the show. As we kind of put a hold on so many things including “Blood & Guts,” so I wanted to be on the show and provide a little energy, just in case. You know we are working in front of eight people, 10 people all strategically spaced apart of course.”

Chris Jericho then said that while doing commentary duties, he channeled his favorite heel commentators, Jesse “The Body” Ventura and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan.

This is what Chris Jericho said:

“I thought if I could get on there as kind of an obnoxious heel, such a better demographic, obviously channeling my favorite color commentators Jesse “The Body” Ventura and Bobby “The Brain” Heenan. We got some good reviews for that. If you enjoyed it last week, stick around we are going to be doing it again this week.”

Chris Jericho was then asked by a fan if he would do commentary once he retires from in-ring action. Jericho said that he would absolutely do commentary.

This is what Chris Jericho said:

“Absolutely, I always loved doing commentary.” “To do it for a whole hour or two hours is not easy to do.”

You can check out Chris Jericho’s full comments in the video below:

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