[size=xx-small]The millenium man.[/size] How often could you class a record 9 time intercontinental champion, 6 time world champion and a 7 time tag team champion a missed oppourtunity? Can you at all? Normally I'd venture it being the latter but even though Jericho was given may accolades he was never given the oppourtunity to run with the ball, he had everything you'd want to be mentioned in the same breath, his look was marketable at the turn of the century, people were invested in him even before his debut and that grew further into his WWE career, he was always capable of carrying a match and segment too. Now when was it applicable for Jericho to be at the pinnacle of the mountain? Mid 2000 during his feud with HHH, he was on a roll as a face and Trips was in the midst of his best year ever. WCW had hit the selfdestruct button, Austin was injured and Rocky was never harmed being out of the title race for a while. Giving Jericho the rub from HHH as the companies next top face would be an interesting concept. Another was in 2002 after Jericho was crowned undisputed champion, would there have been a better way to cement a megaface than have him beat Austin cleanly, Rock cleanly then HHH cleanly at WM? I know HHH was running the return story so it's possible he goes over at WM dirty (he turned later in the year anyway) before Jericho picks it up again later in the Summer, possibly pushing Brock's push back a bit and having him pick up the strap at WM 19 for the first time. It could have been the passing of the guard rather than the HHH era we saw. Questions: Did Jericho have the potental to be the top face for the WWE? If not why, if so how would you have established him there?