The first fan asks Jericho how he manages to do so many things at once. Jericho says that time management and multi-tasking is very important. From a very young age he wanted to be in a rock ‘n roll band and wanted to be a wrestler. As a 17 year old kid he made the decision to eliminate the negativity surrounding his goals and made it his mission to accomplish those goals.
Once he accomplished those two goals, he became “dangerous” because now he’s not afraid to try anything. If he wants to book his own cruise he’s going to try it. He notes that you shouldn’t listen to all the naysayers. Don’t take no for an answer, and always follow your dreams.
Another fan asks Jericho if he has any crazy stories from the indies. He notes that his time on the Indies was limited, basically from 1990-1992. Ever since then he’s had a full-time job in the wrestling business. He recalls working a show in a small town in Alberta one time and only 7 people showed up. He says it’s way easier to wrestle in front of 70,000 people at WrestleMania than 7 people because you can see each and every one of those 7 people.
He says he always wrestles the same no matter if it’s in front of 10 people or 10,000 people. He says you should never punish the people who paid to see you, regardless of how many of them are in attendance.