Chris Jericho does not want to risk re-injurying his arm with another barbed wire match.
In the barbed wire everywhere match last seen on the episode of Dynamite, Eddie Kingston won and Chris Jericho went out with a bang.
Eddie got back at Jericho for what happened to him by throwing him into a pit of barbed wire that closed out the episode in an explosive way.
“I have stitches actually on my inner thigh, which I’ve never had before and is a little too close for comfort. It was pretty brutal, but that’s kind of what we do, it happens sometimes. I think everyone enjoyed it and those types of matches are good for the wrestling business because people get a little bit too ‘oh, it’s not real,’ and someone gets cut on barbed wire and it changes people’s perception. It’s good to do that once in awhile. Will I ever have another barbed wire match? I’d like to say no. I’ve had two in my career, 30 years a part, maybe in another 30 years I’ll have another one,”
Does Chris Jericho own AEW?
Chris Jericho is an American-Canadian professional wrestler and singer.
He is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling where he leads the stable, Jericho Appreciation Society.
Chris Jericho is an American-Canadian professional wrestler and singer. He is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling where he leads the stable, Jericho Appreciation Society.
How long is Chris Jericho AEW contract?
Chris Jericho’s contract with WWE ends in 2022, according to Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer.
On February 12th, Jericho will go against Jon Moxley while Eddie Kingston will face Sammy Guevara.