Jericho instantly noses into title picture of the WWE sowing even more discontent. But he sure knows how to work a crowd.
November 25, 2007
by BLACKJACK BROWN
Chris Jericho's much-anticipated return finally happened Monday on RAW when he told WWE champion Randy Orton that he came back after a two-year absence to win the title. Jericho, the former undisputed champ, won't have to wait long for his opportunity, as he will get a shot at Orton and the belt at the upcoming Armageddon pay-per-view. There are rumblings in the locker room that Jericho has been back for seven minutes and hasn't done enough to earn a main-event match. But you can bet WWE didn't pay all that money just to have him be a mid-carder.
AROUND THE RING: WWE will hold a three-hour live ''Raw'' on Dec. 10 to observe the 15-year anniversary of the show. ... Some people are reporting that Kurt Angle is very frustrated with TNA management and is considering leaving the promotion in early 2008. This would obviously be a big blow to TNA, but the question is, would WWE take Angle back after all he has done to fortify the competition?