Why AEW’s Chris Jericho Won’t Be Retiring Any Time Soon

Chris Jericho entrance on AEW Dynamite

Chris Jericho has no intentions of ending his career just yet.

With the news that John Cena will be embarking on a farewell tour in 2025, attention has turned to other veterans who are still going strong in the squared circle. One of those men is Chris Jericho, who has a three-decade career behind him that included successful runs in WWE, WCW, NJPW, and CMLL. Currently, The Learning Tree is signed to AEW, where he was the company’s inaugural World Champion.

During an appearance on McGuire on Wrestling, Jericho made it clear that he’s happy where he is right now and believes he is contributing at a high level.

“I’ll know when it’s time, you know? I’m really enjoying what I’m doing and I’m still contributing at a high level. I can still have the best match on the show on any given night — not every night but any given night. And I just really love what we’re doing with AEW right now. So there’s really no rush on that.

The Demo God says he’ll know when it’s time to hang up his boots, but for now, he doesn’t see a reason to stop.

“And when I know, I’ll know. And I think that’s kind of the best way to put it. And for right now, I’m having too much fun and enjoying it and really enjoying building AEW. Just five years in, we’ve already gone so far and have so much further to go on the highest of levels. So from that standpoint, we’ll see. And as of right now, as long as I’m having fun and enjoying myself and feeling good in the ring and out, there’s no reason to stop.”

What Does Chris Jericho Think Of John Cena’s Retirement?

During the same interview, Chris Jericho revealed his feelings on John Cena’s decision to retire. The star praised Cena for his connection with the audience, and believes the coming year will be great for the 16-time World Champion and his fans.

H/T to F4WOnline for the above transcription.