Lance Storm Is Open To Having His Final Ever Match With Chris Jericho In ALL ELITE WRESTLING

Lance Storm Is Open To Having His Final Ever Match With Chris Jericho In ALL ELITE WRESTLING

Lance Storm has responded to Chris Jericho's recent comments about wanting to have his retirement match against the former WWE producer, saying he would be open to it happening in All Elite Wrestling...

During this week's episode of Figure Four Daily with Bryan Alvarez and Lance Storm, the latter took part in a Q&A, and addressed fan questions about his in-ring future. Storm was recently released by WWE after serving as a backstage producer, something that prompted Chris Jericho to say he wants to have his final ever match with his Stampede Wrestling tag team partner. 

"Well, the idea of the match was mine," Storm confirmed. "I had mentioned it for years and I think the first time I did Jericho’s podcast, we were wrapping up the show and he mentioned about ‘are you gonna have another match or are you done’ because I was [teaching] at the school already. I had mentioned that I had always wanted to do my last match with [Jericho]. I always thought it would be cool to have my first and my last match with the same guy. I could have done it if I had just stayed retired after One Night Stand."

"But at that time I mentioned that it would be really cool if we could both have our last match together and we would both start and finish on the exact same note," he continued. "He’s like, ‘That’s a great idea, let’s make a pact right now, let’s do it.’ We sort have agreed to do it but it’s going to come down to when he decides he’s willing to retire or whether I’m still at that point ready to have a match or whether we’ll just be two damn old guys in a sh*tty building somewhere."

"I would certainly be open to doing the last match with Jericho, I‘d love to do it that way. If it was in AEW or Jericho-Storm promotions on some indy show we do for ourselves, I’d be open to anything."

Jericho clearly has plenty of gas left in the tank, though it remains to be seen whether he will return to WWE for his final match. If so, it seems doubtful they would let him face Storm in a retirement bout, so perhaps this is something we could see in All Elite Wrestling somewhere down the line.

What do you guys think?

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