12 January 2019, 2.30 pm IST
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What is the story?
All Elite Wrestling shocked the world during their double or Nothing Rally when Chris Jericho was revealed as one of the their reference purchases.
It was revealed at the beginning of the week that Jericho had held talks with WWE before signing with AEW, and now Y2J has taken social media to publish on Triple H.
In the case in which I did not know …
During the huge launch event this week, Chris Jericho appears at the end of the Double or Nothing Rally to send the world of wrestling to the fusion – with the pyre behind Y2J indicating how explosive the signature was for AEW.
On Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted this week that Chris Jericho's contract lasted three years and allowed him to work with NJPW, as well as continuing his cruise.
He was negotiating with WWE until the last minute and he was negotiating with All Elite and All Elite gave him the best deal. He said it was the best deal of his career. It's a three-year deal. He is allowed to work on New Japan Pro Wrestling as part of his agreement
The Crux of the Problem
A few days after Chris Jericho's news signing for All Elite Wrestling shocked the world, and rumors have emerged according to which Y2J Jericho participated in Instagram to publish an incredibly interesting photo of himself and Triple H, tagging WWE and paying tribute to The Game.
Jericho calls Triple H "a good brother, through the good times and the bad guys," hashtagging "lovehate" and "future" in a very cryptic post.
What are the perspectives?
What could it mean? Only time will tell. Jericho is a master of social media and could very well suggest something interesting here. On the contrary, it could even control all of us! In the meantime, you can read more about AEW here.
What do you think of Jericho's post? What does it mean? Let us know in the comments.
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Gary has a ten-year writing experience and a 2: 1 degree with honors, and is also a subtitler working on live and pre-recorded broadcasts for TV channels in the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia.
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