Chris Jericho

Chris Jericho
Weight226 lbs
FromManhasset, New York
Finisher 1Codebreaker
Finisher 2Walls of Jericho

There is one thing you can say about Chris Jericho: The guy sure knows how to make an entrance. His WWE debut in 1999 as the man behind the mysterious Y2J millennium countdown was one of the most memorable moments in sports-entertainment history. But Jericho outdid himself in his “second coming” as the answer to a series of code-encrypted video eight years later. The man who will “Save_US” all is back after a two-year hiatus. Whether he's been beloved or hated by WWE fans, Jericho has never been at a loss for words. And “Y2J” has backed up every single word he said in his storied career, winning a laundry list of championships and going down in history as the first ever Undisputed WWE Champion.

Jericho’s rivalries with Chyna, The Rock, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, Rob Van Dam and Christian were memorable for both their in-ring intensity and comic vignettes outside the ring. Hardly any titles were safe when he was around. Besides holding the European and Hardcore Championships, the self-proclaimed “Ayatollah of Rock ‘n’ Rolla” has won the Intercontinental Championship a record eight times and held the World Tag Team Championship three times with three different partners. But Jericho cemented his place in WWE history on December 9, 2001 at Vengeance, when he beat both The Rock for the WCW Championship and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin for the WWE Championship to unify both titles and become the first Undisputed WWE Champion (which is something he won't live down). In November 2007, Y2J returned to the WWE to "save us" from Randy Orton by winning the WWE Championship. But was unsuccessful. After Backlash 2008, Jericho turned heel by attacking Shawn Michaels because he faked an injury and driving his head through a flat screen tv and almost gave gave Michaels a career-ending injury. Chris also won the World Heavyweight Championship twice in 2008. Ever since then, Jericho has been calling all the fans hypocrites for cheering for HBK.


WWF SmackDown!

WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role

WWF SmackDown!: Just Bring It

WWE SmackDown!: Shut Your Mouth

WWE SmackDown!: Here Comes The Pain

Chris jericho have 85 overall. His finisher is lionsault pin and walls of jericho.

WWE SmackDown! vs RAW

Jericho appears under the Y2J gimmick. He is used as a heel in Season mode storylines. His finishers are the Walls of Jericho and Enzuigiri. His overall is 87.

WWE SmackDown! vs RAW 2006

Strength: 7.5

Speed: 7.5

Submission: 9.5

Charisma: 8

Durability: 8

Hardcore: 7.5

Technique: 8

Stamina: 7.5

Overall: 87

WWE SmackDown! vs RAW 2009

The Saviour has returned

Strength: 73

Speed: 82

Submission: 87

Charisma: 90

Durability: 74

Hardcore: 73

Technical: 88

Stamina: 84

Overall: 89

SmackDown! vs RAW 2010

Grapple: 75

Strikes: 84

Submission: 92

Durability: 80

Technical: 99





Smackdown vs Raw 2011

Grapple: 75

Strikes: 70

Durability: 80

Technical: 100

Submission: 90

Charisma: 95

Speed: 80

'Overall: 94

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