Chris Jericho is one of the best overall WWE performers of all time. His name isn't always mentioned when people discuss the greatest WWE performers ever, but it really should be. Even though he's not a big guy in a business full of giants, Jericho is a gifted performer that always wanted to be a pro wrestler. He worked in Japan, Mexico and all over the world to become an all around performer before getting to WWE. As the years have gone on, Jericho has also proven to be one of the most durable wrestlers too. No major injuries to speak of with him. While his in ring work is excellent, some might say the best thing about him is his ability to cut a great promo. Whether he's delivering one of his trademark catchphrases or using big words as a heel that rips on the fans for being stupid, we all know that if Jericho's on the microphone you better listen. These days, Jericho comes and goes. He's 44 years old with a successful rock band called Fozzy as well as an acting career that he hopes can become something major. His "Talk is Jericho" podcast runs two times per week and is also very successful for him. His days as a full timer are over, but he will probably wrestle for a few more years if he wants to. Jericho is also one of the best writers among wrestlers. He's published three great books: "A Lion's Tale" covers his early years as well as his beginnings in wrestling, then the second book called "Undisputed" looks at his life from 1999 to 2007 and the recently released "Best in the World" book looks at everything from his return in late 2007 to the present day. It's time to look back his career by focusing on some urban legends about him. These are stories that could have been shared by him or others, as well as stories that have been told about him. It's a bit more difficult with him due to the three books, the podcasts, all the interviews he does and other things. In each case, we'll share the story, then look at why people believe it an follow up by looking at if we should believe it too. Next week on Raw, Jericho returns as the guest host and we hope that he can the spark that WWE needs to put on a better show. Here's a look at ten urban legends related to the life and career of the six time World Champion, "Y2J" Chris Jericho.
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