Maybe he should put himself on the List. Jericho returned verbal fire by shouting, "these guys are f-cking p-ssies" along with several other profanities and heated words. That being said, he's also a human and someone who is going to lose his cool from time to time.
The Canadian-American wrestler egged on the fan, asking him to "come a little closer", after the two traded Wrestlemania-worthy insults like "f**k your ass" and "no, f**k your ass!" Eventually things escalated to the point where a fan began to shout at Jericho and vice versa. Jericho later told a friend of his that "These guys are f*cking pussies".
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The altercation occurred in NYC as Chris Jericho had just completed a tribute concert for his good friend David Z who sadly passed away during a tragic bus accident recently.
"I was not in a good state of mind at that time and instead of ignoring a pushy (aka rude) fan which is what I would usually do, I snapped. My apologies to all involved and God bless David Z", he added.
Fans certainly weren't expecting to see him appear on the SmackDown Live after Battleground. However, there is no indication that the first Undisputed Champion in WWE History is back for an extended run with the company.
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