Chris Jericho speaks about Anna Jay's improvement with promos, feels she has major star power

Originally published at Chris Jericho speaks about Anna Jay's improvement with promos, feels she has major star power

Jericho discusses members of the Jericho Appreciation Society. 

As Chris Jericho was heading into his match against Will Ospreay at AEW All In, Jericho Appreciation Society members with the exception of Sammy Guevara, left the group. 

Jericho shared his thoughts about each member during his appearance on Casual Conversations with The Classic. He spoke about Anna Jay improving with her promos and added that initially, he did think she was good in that department. Jericho added that Anna has major star power. 

I think Anna (Jay), first, was not a good promo. We really worked with her to stop this type of stuff (head & hand movements) that she would, ‘Let me tell you something!’ It sounded like she was acting and moving her hands and her promo on me when she said I was being selfish in the dressing room a few weeks ago, I thought was excellent. I think she’s another one that has major star power that she’s just starting to figure out because that’s what wrestling is. You have to figure it out for yourself and once you figure it out, then you become unstoppable because you’ve got confidence and I think she’s really starting to feel that confidence. I think give her a little bit more time, put her in a few more positions. I mean, she main evented Dynamite a few weeks ago. That never would have happened. Tony (Khan) would have never had the confidence in that a few years ago but she’s at that point now so, everybody in this band (Jericho Appreciation Society), it’s like The Stones. We’ve got girls, background singers, we’ve got saxophone players, we’ve got everybody. I think they’ve all done a really great job for sure.

This coming Wednesday on Dynamite, Jericho and Sammy Guevara are teaming up to take on Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher & Mark Davis).

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