Chris Jericho discusses backstage role in AEW

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Chris Jericho has taken on more of a backstage role in AEW in recent months following the AEW All Out media scrum.

Jericho recently spoke to the Daily Star abouthis roles in the company, where he explained that he helps out with backstage segments and pre-tapes.
He said:

“Do I help with backstage pre-tapes? Absolutely. I probably do two or three of those a night, and maybe that’s kind of where I go to.
“I don’t really see myself as an agent, I’m more of an in-front-of-the-camera kinda guy. So, we’ll see. I don’t know what the future of me and wrestling is. I could quit tomorrow, or I could quit in six years, I don’t know.
“I’ll worry about that when it happens. Right now, I do enjoy the backstage role of helping guys and girls out with their interviews and promos.

“There’s a lot of stuff I do backstage at AEW. When we have Dynamite, I get there at 1 and leave at 11 or 12 – it’s non-stop, all the time. That’s fun for me, but to exclusively do just that? I don’t know. I still like being part of the show.”
Jericho is set to face off with Ricky Starks at tonight’s AEW Revolution pay-per-view event.

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