Chris Jericho is not only one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, but he is also a legitimate rock star. “Judas” may be one of the greatest rock songs of all time. Being a professional wrestler and a rock star is as cool as it gets.
Most of you are not cool enough to have even one nickname. But the “Ayatollah of Rock and Rollah” has countless amounts of nicknames. “Y2J” truly is a “Paragon of Virtue” and a “Sexy Beast.”
When Jericho performed for Smoky Mountain Wrestling, he went 49-0. This simply means that he was Goldberg before Goldberg was Goldberg.
Y2J has won over 30 championship titles throughout his illustrious career. That number speaks for itself. Most performers are lucky to win one. That means Jericho is 30 times better than them.
You have probably never heard this before, but Jericho once beat The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin on the same night thus becoming the first ever WWE Undisputed Champion.
If he wasn’t already a mega star in pop culture, he certainly became one after his role in the move MacGruber. Jericho killed it in his role as Frank Korver.
If Chris wanted to throw a football around with Tim Tebow, all he has to do is make a phone call. The two own a business together in Tampa, FL and you just know Tebow is drooling at the idea of throwing a long bomb to Jericho.
The guy was trained by the legendary Hart Family. There is no other family in wrestling as significant as the Harts, and Jericho learned from the best.
Jericho is the author of three New York Times Best Seller books. So let’s get this straight. He’s a rock star, a pro wrestler, and a best selling author? I am suddenly feeling very insignificant as a human being.
You have to imagine Jericho got all of his badassery from his father Ted Irvine who used to be a hockey player in the NHL. Hockey players are tough as nails. You have to imagine that’s where Y2J got his grit from.
The guy literally hosts a gigantic party every year on a cruise ship with thousands of super fans. Name one other wrestler that would do that. The answer is nobody. Because they aren’t as cool as him.
Mick Foley once claimed that Jericho was “too stiff” in the ring. If the Hardcore Legend Mick Foley says you’re working stiff, it just means you’re a bad SOB.
Jericho has been fortunate enough to never be seriously injured during his wrestling career. How this is possible I’m not sure, but it’s true. It just goes to show he really is the “Best in the World.”
In 2004, he was awarded Manitoba’s The Order of the Buffalo Hunt. I’m not even sure what that is, but it sounds pretty awesome. None of you sycophants can lay claim to being part of the The Order of the Buffalo Hunt.
Simply put, he’s got more charisma resting in his balls than you do in your entire body.