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Former WWE star Christian recently spoke with Kevin Kelly for Title Match Wrestling, and you can watch the entire conversation below. The following are some interview highlights:
Christian on whether or not he feels Chris Jericho, at his age, can face Kenny Omega and still prove that he is the best:
“Oh for sure. I think as you get older, and I can attest to this, you find different ways to be great if you physically can’t do the things you could do before. You’re wily enough, you’re smart enough, you have enough experience to figure out different things and different ways. And I don’t even think Chris has lost that big of a step physically. He’s very durable, he’s never really been injured. Even when he’s gone back for his previous runs with WWE, he didn’t look like he missed a day, to me, and he could still go out there and do 25, 30, 40 minutes if he needed to.”
His overall feeling on the Chris Jericho vs Kenny Omega bout:
“Honestly, I think it’s a great thing for the business as a whole that this is even happening, and I think it also legitimizes how good Kenny Omega has been the past year or so. Because I don’t think [Chris Jericho] would be doing this if Kenny wasn’t the real deal.”
After I retired from wrestling, obviously some other doors opened for me. I’ve always (been) looking for a creative outlet and the next challenge. What’s the next challenge? With the WWE network, fortunately they let us write, produce and star in “The Edge and Christian Show That Totally Reeks of Awesome” on the WWE network which was pretty big success. That was a really cool experience to get to do that whole process, work with a bunch of writers & producers and kind of do something completely different. It was a good learning experience and something that I found that I really enjoyed doing also.
Adam and I, we have a natural chemistry because we’re lifelong friends. We’ve known each other, we’ve done everything together in our lives and our careers. We got approached about doing a podcast as well and we weren’t sure if we wanted to do it, because it seems like there’s a lot of wrestling podcasts. We didn’t want to be just another wrestling podcast, so we started discussing it. We were talking about it on the phone and things like that, next thing you know we’re 45 minutes into a conversation telling different stories and like “Hey, that’s pretty much a podcast.”
The biggest thing I picked up from wrestling is never stop learning, every time that I went to the ring I wanted to be better than I was the time before and I took that with me to the ring into my promos, to my [backstage], to my character, to everything to the day that I retired. I think that you apply those things in life, life in general, not to mention now moving into acting, doing the broadcasting stuff. Get better every time, learn something every time and I think that that’s important. Never think that you’re too good to learn something, those are the things that I always try to learn. So I’m always wanting to surround myself and work with people that are better than me so I can get better, that’s the way I look at it.
The funny thing is that with wrestling and being in the WWE, in a sense we’ve – I’ve said it before, a few people have said it, it’s like entertainment boot camp. You get a little bit of everything, you’re playing a character. I played the character of Christian for almost 20 years, it just seemed like a natural progression and another fun challenge, something that I can strive to get better at and when I retired, Adam was on a show called “Haven” on Syfy. He’d been on it for about five seasons, (by) the fourth season in he was pretty much a regular character on the show, the producers happened to read his book, he talked a lot about me in his book and they asked him about me, what I was doing and he said that I was not wrestling at the time, they just said to him, “Hey, we wrote this character. We think he’d be great to do it. What do you think?”. He’s like, “Yeah. I’m sure he would love to.”