Chris Jericho has said that there is 'a lot of unfinished business for me in New Japan', discussing potential match-ups he could have in NJPW.
Jericho previously stepped across to NJPW in 2018 and 2019 and has indicated that he is looking to return to the promotion again in the future.
Jericho told Mike Beauvais of TSN: "There’s a lot of unfinished business for me in New Japan. Jay White is one [potential opponent], [Minoru] Suzuki is another one that would draw big money. Kota Ibushi and [Will] Ospreay — those four guys I’d love to work with.
"I’d love to do a ‘Golden Jets’ team — Kenny and Jericho — versus [Kazuchika] Okada and Ibushi or [Hiroshi] Tanahashi and Okada or Tanahashi and Ibushi. I think that’s a Tokyo Dome main event right there.
"So there’s a lot of stuff I’d still like to do in New Japan and as soon as we can start going over there again, I’m more than agreeable to doing more work there. I really enjoyed the six matches that I had there in 2018 and 2019 and think there’s plenty of room for more."