Top star of AEW compares his All Out opponent to ”The Undertaker”

Chris Jericho, an AEW star, thinks Bryan Danielson is akin to The Undertaker, a WWE legend.

Last Sunday’s All Out pay-per-view mostly fulfilled its promises. Along with some standout matches, like the AEW World Championship battle and the Tag Team Title fight, the programme also highlighted the technical skill of two seasoned performers, Jericho and Bryan Danielson. Although it appeared that the wrestlers were fairly matched, the Wizard managed to win by landing a low blow just in time. As a result, readers may anticipate that Danielson won’t give up easily in their plot.

Chris Jericho on Bryan Danielson

At the post-event press conference, Jericho deviated from his usual persona and enthusiastically praised the American Dragon.

“There isn’t a terrible Bryan Danielson match, in my opinion. I don’t really compare males to one another because everyone is different. Bryan is beyond good, obviously; he is one in a million. It is either you are good or you are not.” The last time I experienced this was on my first project with [Under]Taker, and I exclaimed, “Where the f*ck have you been all my life man?” – Chris Jericho

After losing to Chris Jericho, Bryan Danielson tweeted about it

Danielson posted a video of the match on Twitter with a prophecy-filled caption after losing the contest versus Jericho at All Out.

When life hits you hard, the important thing is to get back up

Daniel Garcia’s regard for Chris Jericho has been impacted by the unfair means he used to win. Fans will have to watch to see if Garcia’s role in the plot causes him to change his loyalty to Bryan Danielson instead.

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Why did Jericho leave WWE and which match made him decide to leave?

In an interview, Jericho revealed that the original goal for his conflict with Owens was for it to end with a world title battle as the main event. But at WrestleMania 33, WWE and Vince McMahon changed the main event to Goldberg and Brock Lesnar. Chris Jericho has spoken candidly about leaving the WWE and how his decision to face Kevin Owens at WrestleMania helped shape it. At WrestleMania 33, Jericho claimed that his second-card bout with Owens felt insulting.

Chris Jericho came to the conclusion that it didn’t matter what he was doing in WWE after that match was placed second on the WrestleMania schedule.

“When I relate this story, I don’t feel any resentment or anger; it’s just how things are. I’ve been in this industry for a very long time. Since you brought up Jericho and Kevin Owens, we had the finest story on the programme in months. One of the original concepts I heard directly from Vince (McMahon) was that the WrestleMania main event would be Jericho vs. Owens for the world title, with Jericho winning the championship for the first time ever as a babyface. I’ve never won the title of world champion babyface. It’s odd to consider, isn’t it? a seven-time champion who is a dud. The plans for the next week have changed, which Vince did not inform me of, and Goldberg and Brock will now face off for the championship. “said Chris Jericho.

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