Charlie Haas Wants To Wrestle Chris Jericho, Wants To Prove He Can Compete At That Level

Le Champion has been called out for a match.

Former WWE Superstar Charlie Haas has taken to Facebook, posting a photo of himself and saying that he would like a match with Chris Jericho, noting how the two have never faced off before. He wants to see where he falls against the man that he calls to be the greatest of all time.

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A few days later, Haas shared another post that touches upon the people who have motivated him to persevere while once again mentioning his desire to test himself against Chris Jericho.

After being released by WWE in 2010, Haas made his way to the independent scene, specifically finding a home in Ring of Honor. Though he announced his retirement in 2013, he would continue to wrestle a handful of matches each year for independent promotions.

Beginning in November 2018, Haas took two years off before re-emerging in SWE last year. There, he not only serves as the Champion but as a mentor to up-and-coming talents looking to make their way in the wrestling industry.

Chris Jericho currently competes in AEW and is the leader of the Inner Circle. They are set to compete at tonight's Full Gear PPV against Men of the Year and Dan Lambert's American Top Team. Fightful will have live coverage of the event beginning at 7 p.m. ET.

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