Chris Jericho responds to Triple H's dig on Monday Night Raw, possibly setting up a future angle

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Chris Jericho and Triple H may be working an angle to bring the former back into the WWE fold, if his response to last night's (Oct. 21, 2013) episode of "Monday Night Raw" is any indication.

During last night's (Oct. 21, 2013) episode of Monday Night Raw, Triple H was cutting a promo on Daniel Bryan comparing him to the likes of Rob Van Dam, Edge, and Chris Jericho in the sense that they're all popular and good at what they do but none of them are "A+" players.

In response to this, Jericho posted the following on Twitter:

That could be Jericho speaking from the heart, or it could be a work between the two as a set up for his next return, whenever that may be. His band, Fozzy, is currently on tour but running out of dates and preliminary plans to bring him back into the fold could be playing themselves out.

It's also worth noting that Jericho sent out another tweet that has since been deleted. It read:

"Time to move on guys. Bye bye @wwe! Now time for more important things...any doubt that #DayInTheLife is the best @thebeatles song ever??"

You can read into the fact that it was deleted in whatever way you would like.

Then again, Edge also responded to his name being dropped in his own peculiar way:

Yep.

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