Chris Jericho’band Fozzy have recently announced that the their next leg of the Judas Rising Tour will begin on February 28th, 2018 and will culminate on 8th April 2018, which is also the very same day as Wrestlemania 34 which takes place in New Orleans.
Jericho posted Fozzy’s schedule on Instagram, and the final date is a concert on the day of WrestleMania at Wally’s in Hampton Beach, NH.
Jericho founded Fozzy in 1999 and said: “If Metallica and Journey had a bastard child, it would be Fozzy.”
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Chris Jericho isn’t under contract to WWE. And he’s booked to work another company’s stadium-show-with-wrestle-in-the-name in a few weeks. So there was no reason to assume Y2J would on the card for the next ‘Mania anyway.
The 47-year-old made his last WWE appearance on an episode of Smackdown LIVE on July 25 in a Triple Threat match for the US title against Kevin Owens and AJ Styles.
Jericho failed to win the title for a third time as he was pinned by Styles.
The six-time world champion has since been busy with the promotion of Fozzy’s seventh studio album, Judas
Although Jericho is no stranger to huge returns as he expertly played the internet in all of his three major comebacks so anything can happen when it comes to the Canadian/American superstar.
But it looks almost impossible for him to attend both major shows.
However, the wrestling legend could be in line for a huge appearance on the first RAW or Smackdown after Wrestlemania.
Or Maybe he could make an appearance on the Kickoff and fly to New Hampshire in time to hit the stage Wally’s?
Let us know your thoughts on this.