Chris Jericho has a big weekend ahead. The 6-time World Champion looks to extend that record Saturday night. He’ll challenge Adam “Hangman” Page in the main event of AEW‘s All Out pay-per-view to crown the first-ever AEW Word Heavyweight Champion.
Jericho is still demanding that AEW extend him a “thank you” for the company’s early success. His arrogance might be driving people nuts. However, according to Sportsbettingdime, it’s still highly likely that he is victorious in Chicago. A -200 favorite heading into this weekend’s PPV, Jericho and his star power are undeniably assets to AEW as they ramp up for weekly television.
Speaking of Jericho, he’s still touring regularly with his metal band, Fozzy. Last week, Jericho premiered Fozzy’s new single, Nowhere to Run, during an appearance on Busted Open Radio on Sirius XM. Jericho has announced the song will be released on on all major streaming platforms tomorrow (Thursday).
The release fulfills Jericho’s promise to have the song available to the public in time for September 14th, the night Fozzy opens for metal gods Iron Maiden in Los Angeles.
A new Fozzy album, a follow-up to the wildly popular Judas, is expected in early 2020.