Chris Jericho Vows To Take TV Time From Young AEW Stars To Improve Ratings

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Chris Jericho has some more lessons he needs to teach.

In recent weeks Chris Jericho has reinvented himself yet again, this time as the Learning Tree. This has seen the veteran take Big Bill and Bryan Keith under his wing as he plays into much of the criticism he receives online, even bringing the ‘Chris Jericho vortex’ to AEW television.

No matter how fans might feel about the star, it appears he and his new segment “TV Time” are here to stay.

In a new video posted on social media, Jericho boasted about his segment’s success and said he’s looking forward to being on Dynamite on June 5th. He added that this will likely be at the expense of younger talent who simply aren’t bringing in the numbers he is.

“Hi everybody, it’s the Learning Tree here. First of all I’d like to thank all of you for making the debut of TV Time a huge success. It was the second-highest rated segment on Dynamite again! That’s four out of six weeks where the Learning Tree segment was one of the highest-rated on the show, and that’s pretty cool. Thanks to you guys…

I’m also really excited to see all of you on Dynamite this Wednesday. Because my ratings are so high, I’m probably gonna be on the show more than a lot of the younger guys who aren’t quite delviering the numbers right now. But that’s okay, they’ll learn, and more Chris Jericho and more Learning Tree is better for Dynamite and it’s better for you, and more importantly, it’s better for me.”

Jericho closed by saying he was off to see the Rolling Stones via a personal invitation from “Mick and Keith” who want to learn his lessons.

Chris Jericho Taking Inspiration From Mick Jagger

In a recent interview, Chris Jericho compared himself to Mick Jagger and said he’s taking inspiration from the Rolling Stones. The former WWE star discussed the longevity of the band and his own career, commenting that he doesn’t feel like he’s 53.

During the conversation, Jericho said he would continue wrestling as long as he feels he’s still performing at a high level.

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