Chris Jericho Says Conor McGregor Isn't Too Small For WWE

The Four Horsewomen look poised to take WWE by storm, but Chris Jericho doesn't think UFC Lightweight Champion Conor McGregor will be appearing for the brand any time soon.

Last week, Jericho said that he considered a Conor McGregor WWE relationship a "no-brainer," but Monday, Jericho told TMZ that there could be a couple of potential hurdles preventing a crossover.

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"It's an easy thing to imagine. I don't think he's going to join in two years, not now with all the money he made (from the Mayweather fight). But it could happen at some point. He's got the personality for it, that's for sure," said Jericho, right before he prevented the TMZ cameraman from getting hit by a car.

The interviewer questioned whether or not McGregor's size would be an issue, as at his heaviest he's about 170 pounds. However, Jericho shot that down with the quickness, noting that Floyd Mayweather was even smaller and took on The Big Show at WrestleMania. Jericho also knows that McGregor wouldn't come in unless the money was good.

"It depends on how much money he can generate -- which I think would be a lot. He just made $100 million, so he's not coming in for peanuts. It's wrestling, so it could be against anybody as long as the story is good. It's all show business," Jericho said. 

You can see the full interview above. 

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