Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that Marvez had been in line for an AEW announcing position and Marvez hosting Tuesday's Double Or Nothing rally with Conrad Thompson is a good sign that he will get the position.
Cody Rhodes and co have been rumoured to be launching a new company several months.
Before the interview ended, Jericho further emphasized that the TV deals they are finalizing will blow the professional wrestling community away. Jericho, who most recently appeared at New Japan Pro Wrestling's Wrestle Kingdom 13 on January 4, was last seen on WWE programming in April 2018 during the Greatest Royal Rumble pay-per-view. Pac was with WWE between 2012 and 2017.
As it's been widely publicised, former WWE star Cody Rhodes has teamed up with popular indie tag team The Young Bucks to create their own promotion; All Elite Wrestling. Interestingly, it was announced that not only would AEW have a women's division when it launched, but that female talent would be paid on a scale equal to what male talent is paid.
AEW will hold their first show "Double Or Nothing" on May 25th in Las Vegas.
Another development that signals the end of Jericho's involvement as a WWE wrestler is his name being dropped from the list of active members in the SmackDown Live roster. Now with Ring of Honor and NJPW running a show together at Madison Square Garden, the longtime "home arena" of WWE, and AEW heading to the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the wrestling landscape is definitely changing.