On this week's episode of Raw, more big names were confirmed for the show as WWE announced that Chris Jericho, Jacqueline, Torrie Wilson, Kelly Kelly, Maria Kanellis and more are all set to appear.
- The Manhattan Center in New York City released several $425 tickets for the Raw 25th Anniversary show this weekend.
Jericho has made it clear in previous Talk is Jericho podcasts two things: 1) he is, and always will be, a "WWE guy", and 2) he feels that competing in high-caliber matches in New Japan is a better spot that what he would be if he now competed in WWE.
In the latter half of 2017, Jericho kindled a heated rivalry with IWGP United States Champion Kenny Omega, that would culminate at the annual Wrestle Kingdom event on January 4.
Raw 25 will be broadcast from both the Manhattan Center and the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
The even more surprising twist, according to the Wrestling Obsever, is that WWE announced Jericho being on the show without a deal finalized.
With regards to their potential surprise appearances in the Royal Rumble match, PWInsider.com is reporting that a Rumble appearance is possible for EC3, however, it's not possible for Bobby Lashley, as he is reportedly unable to sign with another company until February 1st due to his existing Impact Wrestling deal. Jericho will be in Paris, France as part of the Fozzy tour.
A match between Jericho and Naito is destined for greatness in my opinion, on the other hand though, I don't WWE has any sort of interesting storylines for Y2J as of right now, and it will be the best choice for Jericho to stay off the WWE radar for a while now.
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The EU also confirmed it will work with "partners" around the world to come up with solutions and develop worldwide standards. The plans were unveiled earlier today in a press conference outside the European Parliament in Strasbourg.