Chris Jericho Says He Needs To Do Some Soul-Searching After His Loss To MJF On AEW Dynamite

Chris Jericho is grateful to the crowd in Houston, Texas.

Chris Jericho has made a lifetime of memories in the wrestling industry and believes that he may have just experienced one of the best moments of his 31-year career in 2021.

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Chris Jericho over the last five weeks of AEW television endured the five Labours of Jericho. Over the last month, Jericho would face five different matches against five different opponents, but in the end, Jericho failed to defeat Maxwell Jacob Friedman in a match where he could not utilize his Judas Effect spinning back elbow.

The other stipulation in the match was that Chris Jericho could not enter to his entrance music, “Judas,” the hit song performed by his band Fozzy. Instead, the entire Houston, Texas crowd serenaded Jericho with an acapella version of his own song.

Reflecting on this moment, the match, and the loss, Chris Jericho took to Twitter to say that while it was one of the best moments of his career, he now needs to do some reflecting.

In a recent interview, Chris Jericho stated that he would never officially announce his retirement and that people may never know when or if he's had his last match. Learn more here.

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