Somebody just made the list.
After a Fozzy gig in Regina, Saskatchewan, Chris Jericho attacked a man who snuck onto the tour bus and assaulted Fozzy drum tech Jack Slade. Dave Meltzer told the story of what happened on a recent edition of Wrestling Observer Radio.
“There was apparently a kid helped play or did some drum work on the show and the kid wanted to get onto the tour bus or get autographs or something,” Meltzer said. “I guess they don’t want him on and he ends up somehow sneaking on and one of the guys on the crew saw him and they got into a fight and the guy actually ended up with a broken collarbone because of the fight and then he gets kicked out.”
Meltzer continued, "So Jericho gives him a spear and he’s pounding on him from the mounted position. The people who were there watching this tried to hold the guy until the police arrived and then he got away. The police ended up catching him.”
Slade confirmed that he had broken his collarbone in a recent tweet.
So after breaking my damn collarbone last night I've realised I'm shit at doing things right handed— Jack Slade (@IAmJackSlade) December 3, 2018
An eyewitness told Loudwire that the attacker was "on meth" before noting, "The guy ran away and jumped a fence and got caught on some barbed wire. Then got in his car and hit a security guard. Cops got him and charged him. He will be going to jail for sure.”
Chris Jericho is currently wrapping up his tour of Canada with Fozzy. Prior to the show in Regina, Jericho spoke with Drew Dalby about his future in wrestling. You can read quotes from that interview here.