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Chris Jericho snubs misconception about AEW roster being ‘too big’

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AEW star Chris Jericho recently stated that there is a misconception regarding the size of AEW roster. The company has been blasted multiple times for having a huge spectrum of talents and many getting excluded from the shows due to that.

Chris Jericho clarifies the matter

The Wizard recently appeared on the Superstar Crossover podcast and addressed what he feels are misconceptions of the promotion’s roster size. Here is what he had to say:

‘Maybe the misconception is that we have too big of a roster. I mean it’s hard to get everybody on TV with only 3 hours a week but it’s important to have a big roster and to have a lot of variety and a lot of different guys on different levels.

‘You’ve got vets like myself and CM Punk. Then, you’ve kind of got guys in their prime like Bryan Danielson and Kenny Omega, then you’ve got the up-and-comers like Daniel Garcia, Sammy Guevara, Darby Allin, and Jungle Boy.

‘It’s really like a grade football team where you have different levels of what you need to have a successful team. That’s why our team has been so successful.’

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Jericho recently defeated Bryan Danielson at AEW All Out pay-per-view.

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Bishal Roy