FOZZY's CHRIS JERICHO On Whether He Would Choose Wrestling Or Rock

In an exclusive interview with Electricbasement.com 's Ryan Ogle, superstar wrestler and FOZZY frontman Chris Jericho responds to the hypothetical of having to choose between wreslting or his rock music career. "That's an interesting question," he said. "I've been in wrestling for 16 years and I've accomplished more than I ever thought I would ever accomplish. It's still a lot of fun for me, I still enjoy it. But once again, playing with band and seeing the band grow in leaps and bounds, to me, is very fresh and new and exciting. I'd like to take it as far as it go with the band, because I think we have a lot to offer. So who knows what will happen in the future. Music is a lot easier on my body than wrestling anyhow. So we'll see what happens."

Read the entire interview here.

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