Chris Jericho says he will be releasing the chronicle of Jericho.
Chris Jericho has done just about everything there is to do in wrestling and done it all more than once. Now, ahead of his 30th-anniversary in wrestling on October 2, Chris Jericho announces plans to celebrate this Milestone of his career.
On the First Match podcast with Jesse Kage, Chris Jericho announced his plans to release a full log of every match he's ever had along with a live forum to discuss all of his career.
“October 2nd, 2020, will be my 30th anniversary of being in the wrestling business and I'm going to release this entire list of matches and do some stuff around it because no one's ever done it before and no one will ever have a career like I've had traveling around the world, to amass all of these matches,” Jericho revealed. “Yeah, what I want to do is, there's this guy called Alex Marvez, who's transcribing all this. He's a bit of a wrestling historian and getting into it, Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez just sent him this list. I'll self publish it for people who want to buy it and then I'll do kind of, you know, we'll just sit down in a room and just talk about all of this history that I have three, four or five hours or whatever it is, and kind of make a chronicle of it.”
Currently, Chris Jericho is helping elevate AEW and you can see him every Wednesday night on TNT for AEW Dynamite.
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