Chris Jericho net worth
Current Net Worth – $18 Million (USD – 1.8 Crores), (Rupees – 137 Crores)
Chris Jericho short biography
|November 9, 1970 (Age – 51)
|American-Canadian Professional Wrestler, Singer, Podcaster, Actor, Author
|Red River College
|Married (Jessica Lockhart M. 2000)
Chris Jericho has a net worth of $18 Million (Rupees – 137 Crores), an American-Canadian Professional Wrestler, Singer, Podcaster, Actor, and Author, he is one of the most popular wrestlers in WWE.
Chris Jericho is an American-Canadian professional wrestler and musician who goes by the ring name Chris Jericho.
He is now contracted to All Elite Wrestling (AEW) as the leader of the Jericho Appreciation Society stable.
Journalists and industry colleagues have dubbed him one of the best professional wrestlers of all time because of his over-the-top rock star character.
Jericho joined the heavy metal band Fozzy in 1999, and the band released their self-titled debut album the following year.
The group’s early work is predominantly comprised of cover versions, but with their third album, All That Remains (2005), they have concentrated exclusively on original material.
Over the years, Jericho has participated in a number of television series, including the 2011 season of Dancing With the Stars.
In 2012 and 2017, he presented the ABC game program Downfall, the 2011 Revolver Golden Gods Awards, and the UK’s Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards.
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Chris Jericho biography
|Christopher Keith Irvine
|Manhasset, New York, U.S.
|6 feet, 183 cm
|Loretta Vivian Irvine
Christopher Keith Irvine was born on November 9, 1970, in Manhasset, New York, to a Canadian couple.
From his father’s side, he is Scottish, and from his mother’s side, he is Ukrainian.
At the time of Jericho’s birth, his father, ice hockey player Ted Irvine, was a member of the New York Rangers. Irvine and his family returned to Winnipeg, Manitoba after his father retired.
He is a dual citizen of the United States and Canada.
Irvine’s fascination with professional wrestling began when he and his family began watching local American Wrestling Association (AWA) events at the Winnipeg Arena, and his desire to become a professional wrestler began when he saw footage of Owen Hart, then with Stampede Wrestling, performing various high-flying moves.
Irvine also credited Owen’s older brother Bret, Ricky Steamboat, and Shawn Michaels as influences in his decision to pursue a career in professional wrestling.
He had his first taste of professional wrestling as part of the ring crew for the inaugural tour of the newly formed Keystone Wrestling Alliance, where he received valuable tips from independent performers Catfish Charlie and Caveman Broda.
Chris Jericho social media handles:
Possibly the greatest wedding reception EEVVEERR….except for the fact I had to do the job to @therock again! Congrats to @a_poonia5 and his lovely bride!! @barstoolsports @AEW pic.twitter.com/1CsntPmXsF
— Chris Jericho (@IAmJericho) April 24, 2022
He earned a certificate in Creative Communications from Red River College in Winnipeg in 1990.
He enrolled at the Hart Brothers School of Wrestling at the age of 19, when he met Lance Storm on his first day. Ed Langley and local Calgary wrestler Brad Young were his coaches.
He made his debut as “Cowboy” Chris Jericho in the Moose Hall in Ponoka, Alberta, on October 2, 1990, in a ten-minute time limit draw against Storm, two months after completing his training.
In 1991, Jericho and Storm began touring in Japan as Sudden Impact for Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling, where he met Ricky Fuji, who had also studied under Stu Hart.
He flew to Mexico in the winter of 1992 and performed under the names Leon D’Oro and then Corazón de León (“Lion Heart”) for many local wrestling outfits.
He wrestled in Mexico’s oldest promoter, Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, from 1993 to 1995. (CMLL). Jericho defeated Silver King, Negro Casas, and ltimo Dragón in the CMLL on way to an eleven-month tenure as the NWA Middleweight Champion, which began in December 1993.
In Jim Cornette’s Appalachian Smoky Mountain Wrestling (SMW) organization in 1994, Jericho and Storm reunited as The Thrillseekers, feuding with the likes of Well Dunn, The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express, and The Heavenly Bodies.
Jericho and Gedo won the newly formed International Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship in February 1996, defeating Lance Storm and Yuji Yasuraoka in the final.
On June 28, 1997, at the Saturday Nitro live event in Los Angeles, California, Jericho defeated Syxx to capture the WCW Cruiserweight Championship for the first time, giving him his first WCW championship.
Jericho beat Eddie Guerrero on the January 15, 1998 episode of Thunder to earn a championship chance against Rey Mysterio Jr. for the Cruiserweight Championship at Souled Out.
Jericho won the WWF Intercontinental Championship for the fourth time at the 2001 Royal Rumble, defeating Chris Benoit in a ladder match.
Jericho went on to compete in the 2002 King of the Ring competition, defeating Edge and The Big Valbowski on his way to the semi-finals, when he was beaten by Rob Van Dam.
At Survivor Series in 2004, Jericho teamed up with Randy Orton, Chris Benoit, and Maven to face Triple H, Batista, Edge, and Gene Snitsky.
Following a two-year absence, WWE announced Jericho’s comeback with a viral marketing campaign that began on September 24, 2007, broadcast Raw with a series of 15-second cryptic binary code films, reminiscent of the matrix digital rain seen in The Matrix series.
In April 2008, Jericho became himself in Shawn Michaels’ and Batista’s long conflict when he implied that Michaels loved retiring Ric Flair, prompting Shawn Michaels to assault him.
Jericho was selected to the SmackDown brand as part of the 2009 WWE draught on the April 13 edition of Raw.
In the 2010 WWE draught, Jericho was selected for the Raw brand.
WWE began airing mysterious vignettes in November 2011 to advertise a wrestler’s comeback on the January 2, 2012 edition of Raw.
After a five-month sabbatical, Jericho returned on January 27, 2013, as the second entrant in the Royal Rumble contest.
Jericho announced in January 2015 that he had signed an exclusive WWE deal, under which he will only perform at 16 home events.
Jericho returned to full-time in-ring combat on Raw on January 4, 2016, and faced The New Day.
During an appearance for the Mature Audiences Mayhem Podcast in September 2019, Jericho revealed the precise moment he chose to quit the WWE.
Moxley first joined the gang on the January 8, 2020 episode of Dynamite, however, this was subsequently shown to be a ploy by Moxley when he assaulted Jericho and Sammy Guevara.
On February 3, 2021, at Beach Break, Jericho and MJF won a tag team battle royal to become the number one contenders for the AEW World Tag Team Championship at the Revolution event, which they lost to The Young Bucks.
Chris Jericho some movies
|Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
|Jay and Silent Bob Reboot
|In Search of Darkness: Part II
|I’m Too Old For This Sh*t
Chris Jericho income model
|$3 lakh+ (Rupees – 2 Crore+)
|$3 Million+ (Rupees – 22 Crore+)
Private & early life
On July 30, 2000, Irvine married Jessica Lockhart. They have three children: son Ash Edward Irvine and identical twin girls Sierra Loretta “SiSi” Irvine and Cheyenne Lee “Chey” Irvine, who live in Odessa, Florida.
All three have appeared on his podcast, Talk Is Jericho, with his son talking about fish and his girls talking about books. Irvine is the proud owner of three kitties.
Irvine allegedly gave $3,000 to Donald Trump’s re-election campaign in October 2020.
Irvine is a devout follower of Jesus Christ.
On his ring finger, he has a tattoo of his wife’s name. On the back of his hand is the letter F, which stands for Fozzy.
He’s been wearing a sleeve over his left arm since 2012.
Fozzy’s album artwork, a Jack-o’-lantern (Avenged Sevenfold vocalist M. Shadows, who worked with Fozzy on the song “Sandpaper” from Sin and Bones, also received a matching tattoo), a lake monster, and himself from his WWF debut in 1999 are among his tattoos.
Irvine received Manitoba’s Order of the Buffalo Hunt on July 5, 2004, in recognition of his achievements in wrestling and commitment to assisting impoverished children.
Irvine has been the co-owner of a sports training center in Tampa, a franchise site of D1 Sports Training and Therapy, since January 2012.
Irvine is a fan of Lawson, a Japanese convenience store company that he frequented while he fought in Japan in the 1990s.
Whenever Irvine travels to Japan, whether to wrestle or to tour with Fozzy, he pays a visit to Lawson.
Jericho maintains his charity and philanthropic activities under wraps. He contributed $2500 to support victims of the Alberta forest fires alongside WWE superstars Kevin Owens and Tyler Breeze.
He also contributed $1500 to Brian Knobbs’ knee surgery.
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