Chris Jericho Net Worth: Christopher Keith Irvine, an American-born Canadian professional wrestler who has a total estimated net worth of $18 Million.
Jericho is not only a wrestler but also a musician, podcaster, author, actor, and entrepreneur. He is currently active and signed to All Elite Wrestling and New Japan Pro-Wrestling.
Jericho is currently AEW World Champion, who is named as of the highest professional wrestler of all time by the Journalist and industry colleagues.
|Full Name||Christopher Keith Irvine|
|Ring Name||Chris Jericho|
|Date of Birth||November 9, 1970|
|Marital Status||Married with Jessica Lockhart|
|Birthplace||Manhasset, New York United States|
|Net Worth||Chris Jericho Net Worth is $18 Million|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|Weight|| 227lb (103 kg)
Chris Jericho, the son of Ted Irvine who is a Scottish descent and was born on November 9, 1970, in Manhasset, New York.
Jericho starts to show interest in professional wrestling when he began to watch the American Wrestling Association (AWA) during his childhood.
He began to wrestle on Stampede Wrestling after looking at the footage of Owen Hart. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Creative Communication from Red River College in 1990.
Chris Jericho Age and Body Measurements and Net Worth
Chris Jericho, also known as Y2J, is living his 49th year of age and still keen to participate as a professional wrestler. He has an average body height of 6 feet and holds a total body weight of 103 kg, i.e., 227 pounds.
With his multi-talent and several professions, Chris Jericho Net worth is $18 Million.
Chris Jericho Wife Name and Personal Life
Chris Jericho is happily married to Jessica Lockhart on July 30, 2000, and currently resides in Odessa, Florida.
The couple has three children, one son “Ash Edward Irvine” and twin daughters “Sierra Loretta” and “Cheyenne Lee.”
He was once awarded Manitoba’s The Order of the Buffalo Hunt on July 5, 2004, for his commitment to working with underprivileged children.
Jericho has been a part of several films since 2006, Andriod Apocalypse and recently 2019 Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. He also telecast on Television since 2004 Headbangers Ball and recently 2017 The Legend of.. with Chris Jericho.
Chris Jericho’s Wrestling Career
Jericho was trained by Ed Langley and Brad Young at the Hart Brothers School of Wrestling. He started to wrestle at the age of 19 on independent shows.
His first debut match was against Storm that ended with a draw. Jericho and Storm went to Japan for Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling, where he was trained under Stu Hart.
Jericho won NWA World Middleweight Championship defeating Ultimo Dragon in Mexico. He then won WAR International Junior Heavyweight Champion defeating Gedo in June 1995.
Jericho and Gedo teamed up and won International Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship against Yuji Yasuraoka and Lance Storm.
Chris Jericho made his appearance on WCW on August 26, 1996, against Alex Wright. He soon became WCW Cruiserweight Champion after defeating Syxx in Los Angeles, California.
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
Jericho made his WWF ring debut on August 26, where he loses the match against Road Dogg. The game was ended due to disqualification after a powerbomb on Road Dogg through a table.
He won his first WWF Intercontinental Championship title after the long feud against Chyna at Armageddon. Due to dual referees during the match, they were declared as co-champions.
He then finally became the sole winner of the WWF Intercontinental Championship at the Royal Rumble. Jericho lost the title to Kurt Angle at No Way Out.
Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit won the WWF Tag Team Championship defeating Triple H and Stone Cold Steve Austin on Raw.
Chris Jericho became the number one contender for the WCW Championship title after defeating Rob Van Dam. He then competes for the WCW Championship at No Mercy against The Rock, where he beat him to win his WCW Championship title.
Jericho then was able to defeat Stone Cold for his first WWF Championship title on the same night and became the first wrestler to win both the title at the same time.
He was called as the Undisputed WWF Champion and the fourth Grand Slam winner.
Achievements and Championship
All Elite Wrestling
- AEW World Championship one time
Canadian Rocky Mountain Wrestling
- CRMW North American Heavyweight Championship one time
- Twice the winner of CRMW North American Tag Team Championship with Lance Storm
Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre
- NWA World Middleweight Championship one time
Extreme Championship Wrestling
- ECW World Television Championship one time
International Wrestling Alliance
- IWA Junior Heavyweight Championship one time
New Japan Pro Wrestling
- IWGP Intercontinental Championship one time
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- Feud of the Decade of 2000 vs. Shawn Michaels
- Feud of the Year of 2008 vs. Shawn Michaels
- Most Hated Wrestler of the Year of 2002 and 2008
- Ranked No.2 in the PWI 500 in 2009
World Championship Wrestling
- Four times the winner of WCW Cruiserweight Championship
- WCW World Television Championship one time
World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment
- Undisputed WWF Championship one time
- Thrice the World Heavyweight Championship
- Twice the WCW World Championship
- Nine times the WWF/WWE Intercontinental Championship
- Twice the WWE United States Championship
- WWF European Championship one time
- WWF Hardcore Championship one time
- Twice the WWE Tag Team Championship with Edge and Big Show
- Five times the WWF World Tag Team Championship with Chris Benoit, The Rock, Christian, Edge, and Big Show
- Fourth Grand Slam Champion
- Ninth Triple Crown Champion
World Wrestling Association
- WWA Tag Team Championship one time with El Dandy
Social Media Presence
Facebook: 3.8 Million Followers
Instagram: 3.7 Million Followers
Twitter: 3.5 Million Followers
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