The “List of Jericho” is one of the most popular things in wrestling right now, and each and every week fans tune in to Raw to see who Chris Jericho will add to the list. So far names such as The New Day, Enzo Amore and Big Cass, and even Ashton Kutcher have made the “List of Jericho.”

Well this week Chris Jericho has added two big names to the “List of Jericho” following the final presidential debate and those names are none other than Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Jericho declared his intentions to add them to the list with a little meme assist from Still Real To Us, and judging from the caption on his post, Jericho wants to see rock legend Alice Cooper in the White House.

You can see what Jericho had to say below.

They BOTH just made #TheList! #TheListOfJericho #AliceCooperForPresident

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Don’t forget, if you’re looking for a third option on election day, the Flair/Flame 2016 ticket is riding high right now. You can get more on that below.

Related: Ric Flair Is Running For President Of The United States Of America

Cody Rhodes recently spoke to IGN to promote his appearance on “Arrow” this week and during the interview Cody talked about possibly returning to the show and more. You can check out the full interview here along with some highlights below.

If he will return to Arrow: “I think hope is a great word. I don’t want to give any spoilers away. The episode is one of those where when you watch it — and I hope everyone watches this episode, I’m so proud of it — and I think when you watch it you’ll have you answer. And I think it’s a pretty positive answer. The episode is rooted a lot on team building, as Oliver continues to build up his new team. But other things are also getting built. So there’s more than a shred of hope, there’s a lot of hope.”

Inspiration for the Stardust character: “I think for me, internally, the entire thing was a comic book. In terms of psychologically thinking about it, I approached it like a symbiote, like Venom, taking over my initial persona. Especially since I’d wrestled for the prior eight years as myself and here was this drastic departure. I was treating it like this symbiote thing. That’s what I would say to myself in my head. Then performance-wise, people know I was just stealing flat out from Frank Gorshin and Jim Carrey’s Riddlers. I’d watch the scene where he blew up the Batcave and study how he moved around and just plucked some of that out in certain ways. In my mind, it was a mash-up of different comic book influences. I loved the idea that I had an alter-ego but that my true identity was very well known and very much on the surface. I was the only one who didn’t know who Stardust really was. So it was very much tied to comics. Everything I’ve done. I did a whole run where I’d wear a face mask when I was on SmackDown and that was based on Dr. Doom. Comics and me go way back.”