AEW Profile - Chris Jericho

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Chris Jericho

  • D.O.B.: Nov. 9, 1970

  • Billed height: 6-foot

  • Billed weight: 227 pounds

  • From: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

  • Signature moves: Walls of Jericho, Codebreaker, Lionsault

  • Nicknames: "Y2J", "The Ayatollah of Rock n' Rolla'"

  • Catchphrases: "I am the best in the world at what I do", "You will never, eeeeeever, be the same, again", "Welcome to Raw. Is. Jericho."

  • College: Red River Community College

AEW Accolades

  • One-time AEW World Champion (inaugural)

WWE Accolades

  • WWE main roster debut: Aug. 9, 1999

  • Six-time WWE world champion; first win on Dec. 9, 2001 (Vengeance); first ever Undisputed Champion after defeating Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock in the same night

  • Nine-time Intercontinental champion; first win on Dec. 12, 1999 (Armageddon); most IC title reigns in WWE history

  • Seven-time tag team champion (with Big Show [WWE and World tag team titles], Edge [WWE and World Tag Team titles], Chris Benoit, The Rock, Christian); first win on May 21, 2001 (Monday Night Raw)

  • Two-time United States champion; first win on Jan. 9, 2017 (Monday Night Raw)

  • WWE Grand Slam champion

  • Three-time Slammy Award winner (Superstar of the Year in 2008)

Other Notes

  • Son of former New York Ranger Ted Irvine

  • Lead singer of the heavy metal band, Fozzy (Debuted in 1999, 7 albums)

  • Host of the podcast Talk is Jericho

  • Co-owner of the D1 Sports Training and Therapy facility in Tampa, Florida with Tim Tebow, Derrick Brooks and Chipper Jones

  • Author of three autobiographies: A Lion's Tale (2007), Undisputed (2011) and The Best in the World: At What I Have No Idea (2014)

  • Served as the host for the sixth season of WWE's reality competion show Tough Enough

  • Participated on "Dancing with the Stars" in 2011