People love to point to the Andretti situation as an example of Jericho going through the motions of putting a guy over, without really doing so.
There was a time, though, where Jericho did what he had to do, at the biggest stage of them all, the guy wound up hella over, only to get punished for it, and thar was Fandango.
I certainly think Jericho needs to stop falling upward with his losses, but can we blame the guy for being at least a bit jaded on the whole idea of making a guy after making the effort with Fandango?
It’s a business. Jericho is good at protecting himself and I can’t blame him.