Chris Jericho is leaving pro wrestling once again, going off to tour with his band Fozzy. He'll be back at some point, but it's goodbye for now and he gave one last interview to WWE.com before leaving.
"You know, I've won some of the biggest matches in the history of this company. I've been a world champion six times and I've beat them all. But tonight I lost what was probably the biggest match of my career with the most at stake. Dolph Ziggler won the big one. It's really surreal to think that the company that I've given my life to for the last 13 years and now, that's it, I'm done, I'm gone. I'm going to miss being here, I'm going to miss all the fans. Y2J just came back and now I've gotta leave and I don't want to. One thing that I do is I've always been an entertainer, I'll continue to entertain. Anybody that knows me knows there are a lot of different sides to Chris Jericho and the WWE is a big part of that. Now that it's gone, I'll have to devote my energy into my other things. Hopefully it won't be too long before I can come back in some way, shape, or form. If Eric Bischoff can come to the WWE, maybe I can figure out a way to come back at some point. But for now, I just have to regretfully say goodbye and move on. Thanks to all of you who have been with me for so many years and I hope you'll continue to stay with me and follow me wherever I go. I love you guys and I just want to say thanks for everything. I'm sorry I let you down but I always do my best. You can always count on that. So until the next time, I bid you adieu."
Until next time.