Chris Jericho might have invested much of his profession with the label ‘‘ Y2J’ however the previous World Champion has actually proceeded from that name.
Jericho debuted the label upon his arrival in the WWF in 1999, and the term is a play on the much-dreaded Y2K computer system bug.
Given that getting here in AEW in 2019, Jericho has actually embraced a number of labels consisting of the Ocho, the Demo-God, and Le Champion.
Throughout a look on the Basic podcast, Jericho discussed still being described as Y2J by fans. He stated,
” It sort of bugs me when individuals shout ‘‘ Y2J. There’s a lot of other things I’ve done ever since. It does not bug me in a bad method, however it’s type of like, ‘‘ No, no, no. We’re the Demo God.’ … I actually think, and I believe it is among the reasons that I’ve still had the ability to remain on top for so long, it’s constantly various. It’s never ever the very same thing. I’ll constantly fine-tune it and alter it and attempt various things. … … It’s really crucial to remain fresh and remain present. Regard your past however constantly consider the future.”
Jericho has actually just recently been feuding with Ricky Starks, who beat the previous AEW World Champion at AEW Revolution 2023.
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