Chris Jericho, real name Christopher Keith Irvine, is an American-born Canadian professional wrestler, musician, author, and actor. He is famous for his career in WWE where he is a former six-time WWE World Champion and a record nine-time Intercontinental Champion. During his time with WWE, he became the first-ever Undisputed WWF Champion and is also the Ninth Triple Crown Champion and the Fourth Grand Slam Champion in WWE history.
In 2017, Chris Jericho made his return to New Japan Pro Wrestling for the first time in almost 20 years and at Dominion 6.9 in 2018, he won the IWGP Intercontinental Championship. In 2019, Chris Jericho signed a full-time three-year contract with the newly inaugurated All Elite Wrestling promotion and simultaneously continued working for New Japan Pro Wrestling, as well.
- Chris Jericho Net Worth 2020
- Chris Jericho Podcast
- Chris Jericho Cruise
- Chris Jericho Band
- Chris Jericho Wife
Chris Jericho Net Worth 2020
As of 2020, the estimated Chris Jericho Net Worth stands at $18 million.
Chris Jericho Podcast
In December 2013, Chris Jericho began hosting his own podcast show called Talk is Jericho. On his podcast, Jericho usually interviewed pro wrestlers, former WWE employees, rock musicians, and other notable personalities. The show originally appeared on PodcastOne, before moving to the WestwoodOne network in 2018. Notable guests who have appeared on Talk is Jericho include the likes of Lemmy from Motorhead, Bruce Dickinson from Iron Maiden, Paul Stanley from KISS, former WWE superstar Jon Moxley FKA Dean Ambrose and more.
In April 2015, Chris Jericho hosted his video podcast on the WWE Network, Live! with Chris Jericho. John Cena appeared as the first guest on the show, followed by Stephanie McMahon as Jericho’s guest later that same month.
Chris Jericho Cruise
In 2017, Chris Jericho announced that he was launching his own cruise ship event known as Chris Jericho’s Rock ‘N’ Roll Wrestling Rager at sea, a cruise "combining the worlds of rock and wrestling with a once in a lifetime amazing vacation experience". The cruise ship event featured several live performances from popular bands, veteran professional wrestlers as guests, podcasts, and a Sea of Honor Tournament which included several Ring of Honor wrestlers competing on the card.
Chris Jericho Band
Chris Jericho is the lead singer for heavy metal band Fozzy. The band made its debut in the year 2000 and have released several studio albums such as Fozzy, All That Remains and very recently released Judas.
In 2005, Jericho performed vocals on a cover of “The Evil That Men Do” on the Iron Maiden tribute album, Numbers of the Beast. He made a guest appearance on Dream Theater's album, Systematic Chaos on the song "Repentance", as one of several musical guests recorded apologizing to important people in their lives for wrongdoings in the past.
Chris Jericho Wife
Chris Jericho is married to Jessica Lockhart. The couple got married in 2000 and have three children, as well.
|Full Name||Christopher Keith Irvine|
|Net Worth||$18 Million|
|Source of Income||Professional Wrestling, Podcasts, Rock Concerts|
|Charity||The Inspire Foundation|
|Marital Status||Married to Jessica Lockhart (2000-Present)|
People also ask
Who is Chris Jericho’s wife?
Chris Jericho’s wife is Jessica Lockhart and they have been married since 2000.
Is Chris Jericho returning to WWE?
Chris Jericho is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling, so it’s evident he is not coming back to WWE anytime soon. However, the possibility of a return will open up when his contract with AEW expires.
Why did Chris Jericho leave WWE?
Chris Jericho left WWE in 2017 to tour with his Fozzy band. However, after fulfilling his commitments with Fozzy, Jericho signed with New Japan Pro Wrestling anf ultimately All Elite Wrestling.
Is Chris Jericho retired?
Not at all. In fact, Chris Jericho is the reigning AEW World Champion.
Why is Chris Jericho called Y2J?
Chris Jericho referred to himself as Y2J during his WWE debut in 1999 as a mock at the contemporary computer related Y2K bugs.