Chris Jericho



Height: 5'10"

Weight: 225 lbs

Real Name: Chris Irvine

DOB: 11/09/1970

Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Other Names: Corazon de Leon (WWA, NWA), Lionheart(WAR), Lion Do (WAR), Super Liger (NJPW), Mongoose McQueen (Fozzy Osbourne band), "Y2J" Chris Jericho(WWE), "King of the World"(WWE), "Ayatollah of Rock'n'Rollah(WWE)

Wrestler Since: 1990

Finishing Maneuver: The Codebreaker, The Walls of Jericho/Liontamer, Lionsault

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #5(2010), #2(2009), #29(2008), #25(2005), #10(2004), #5(2003), #4(2002), #9(2001), #9(2000), #29(1999), #10(1998), #26(1997), #42(1996)

Official Website: http://www.chrisjericho.com

Other Related Websites:
Chris Jericho - Cagematch Bio
Chris Jericho - Online World of Wrestling Bio
Chris Jericho - Wikipedia Bio

History: Chris Irvine's athletic abilities were there from the very beginning. Irvine is the son of NHL hockey star Ted Irvine. Irvine started his wrestling career in the Stu Hart Training Camp, aka the Dungeon. To make sure he was separate from his father's reputation, though, Irvine came up with the name "Jericho". In the beginning of his career, Jericho wrestled in the Canadian Independents, as well as organizations in Mexico and San Francisco. Jericho wrestled some in the CRMW, where he joined with Lance Storm as the tag-team Sudden Impact. In 1993, Jericho won the Canadian Heavyweight Championship (beating Biff Wellington), wrestled with EMLL, went over to the WWA (Mexico) and won the Tag Team Title there with El Dandy (as Corazon de Leon), wrestled some in Germany, then came back and won the NWA Middleweight belt.

In 1994, Jericho continued his rampant traveling. He went back to Rocky Mountain Wrestling and won the Canadian Middleweight belt; wrestled in Japan (WAR); and then went to Smokey Mountain Wrestling in Tennessee, where he teamed frequently with Storm again, now as the Thrillseekers. After staying there for a while, Jericho started a pattern of switching between WAR in Japan and North American wrestling organizations. Case in point: March 3rd, 1995, Jericho won the Junior Heavyweight Tournament in Mexico City. March 26th, 1995, he lost in the finals of the WAR Int'l Junior Heavyweight Tournament in Japan. In June of 1995, Jericho won the WAR Junior Heavyweight Title and defended it against the likes of Gedo and the Ultimo Dragon. He later won the WAR Int'l Junior Heavy Tag Team belts with Gedo. It was then that he decided to try American wrestling more then he had been.

Jericho entered Extreme Championship Wrestling in February '96, where he began various feuds with some great wrestlers, including Cactus Jack (Mick Foley) and Tazz. In June of '96, Jericho won the ECW TV Title at Hardcore Heaven, defeating Pitbull #2. He held the belt for almost a month before falling in an Elimination match at Heat Wave '96 against Pitbull #2, Shane Douglas, and Too Cold Scorpio. Douglas eventually won the belt. Jericho also continued wrestling in Japan occassionally during this time. His career in ECW would last a few more months, before he left to try his luck in a larger federation.

In August '96, the Lionheart appeared in WCW, and was soon named Newcomer of the Year in WCW Magazine. He did still wrestle some in New Japan, but mainly stuck to WCW. He started out with a brief feud with another young wrestler, Chris Benoit, and the two put on a scientifically excellent match at Fall Brawl. Benoit came out on top. Jericho then started feuding with the nWo, and most specifically, Syxx (now X-Pac). He faced Syxx at Halloween Havoc, but due to the crooked actions of the referee, Nick Patrick, Jericho lost the bout. He gained revenge at World War III, defeating Patrick with one arm tied behind his back. Jericho's exposure soon died away, though, leaving him fighting various small-time matches in WCW while also journeying to New Japan and wrestling as "Super Liger".

In 1997, Jericho began climbing back up the ladder, facing Masahiro Chono at Souled Out. He was defeated, but this exposure led the WCW Committee to name Jericho the #1 Contender to Eddie Guerrero's United States Title. The two clashed at Superbrawl VII, with Jericho again falling to an established star. Jericho then faded back into the Cruiserweight scene for a few months, while also competing in the New Japan Top of the Super Junior League. Jericho finally got back into title shot status, and was granted a fight against his old nemesis Syxx. This time Jericho came through, defeated Syxx at a show to earn his first WCW gold, the Cruiserweight Title. Jericho defended it for a month, defeating Ultimo Dragon at Bash at the Beach, before losing the strap to Alex Wright. After he failed to defeat Wright at Road Wild '97, Jericho came back to win the rematch, regaining the Cruiserweight gold. Jericho then returned to his feud with Guerrero, battling numerous times for the Cruiserweight Title. At Fall Brawl, Guerrero came out on top, ending Jericho's second reign atop the Cruiserweight division.

After a tour of Japan, Jericho came back more egotistical than ever, becoming famous for his "it will never, EVER, happen again" statement towards his frequent sore loser tendencies after matches. He won the Cruiserweight Title for the third time over Rey Mysterio, Jr., at Souled Out '98, then proceeded to batter Mysterio's knee, briefly putting the man out of wrestling. This cemented Jericho's reputation as a heel. Jericho's next feud was with Juventud Guerrera, whom he met at Superbrawl VII in a "Title vs. Mask" match. Jericho managed to come out victorious, defeating Guerrera and taking his mask, which he wore as a trophy around his neck for a time. He also started announcing Nitro as "Monday Night Jericho".

Jericho started his war with Dean Malenko soon after, challening the Iceman to various battles. At one event, Malenko attacked "Jericho" (who was wearing Guerrera's mask) and seemed to beat him, only to find out that the man was actually Lenny Lane. Jericho then attacked, taking the advantage. At Uncensored '98, Jericho managed to get the Liontamer on Malenko, forcing him to submit. This led to Malenko going "home" for a time. Jericho continued to mock Malenko, calling himself "the Master of 1,004 moves". He also had a short feud with Prince Iaukea, who was Malenko's student. After defeating Iaukea at Spring Stampede '98, Jericho kept Iaukea's wrap for himself, adding it to his trophy list. Jericho continued to talk trash to the departed Malenko, insulting his father, the late wrestler Boris Malenko. He also attacked Joe Malenko, Dean's brother, when Joe tried to get him to stop insulting the family.

At Slamboree '98, a Cruiserweight Battle Royal took place, with the winner to get a title shot against Jericho that night. "Ciclope" won the event, with some help from Juventud Guerrera, then unmasked, showing himself to be Malenko. Malenko then managed to defeat Jericho, finally taking the Cruiserweight Title from him. Jericho, due to the trickery that cost him the belt, began calling himself a "Conspiracy Victim." He complained for a few weeks that, since Malenko wasn't on the list of participants, he was an illegal competitor. After so much crying, Malenko finally vacated the Cruiserweight Title to get a shot at Jericho. Jericho's father, Ted Irvine, then appeared at a show, telling Jericho that he had to be a man and stand up to Malenko. The two foes met up again at the Great American Bash. During the battle, Jericho continued his tirade against Malenko's father Boris, causing Malenko to snap, attacking Jericho with a chair and getting himself DQ'ed. Jericho, thus, won the match, and became the Cruiserweight Champion for the fourth time.

Jericho's insults against Malenko's father had apparently driven Malenko crazy, causing him to go after Jericho every chance he had. They were scheduled to face at Bash at the Beach, with the stipulation that neither could touch each other before then. Jericho made one comment too many again, though, and Malenko attacked him, getting himself taken out of the PPV. Jericho then chose his own opponent, having a midget Rey Mysterio Jr pin him. Jericho claimed that since "Mysterio" had beaten him, he was the #1 Contender. At Bash at the Beach, though, the real Mysterio reappeared in WCW, taking the shot against the Cruiserweight Champion. During the match, Malenko came out, going after Jericho again. This allowed Mysterio to get a roll-up pin, getting the Cruiserweight Title. However, the next day, Jericho used a "loophole", claiming that since a suspended wrestler (Malenko) had interfered, the match was nullified. In other words, Jericho hadn't lost his title.

Jericho and Malenko fought for the "last time" on a Nitro, where Malenko lost via DQ due to the use of brass knuckles, which Jericho had actually brought to the ring. Jericho then started a small feud with Juventud Guerrera again. But Jericho & Malenko weren't done, as Malenko got himself made the special referee for Jericho's bout with Guerrera at Road Wild. Malenko's bias cost Jericho greatly, allowing Guerrera to get the victory and the Cruiserweight Title, ending Jericho's run in that division. It was also the end of the feud with Malenko.

A few days later, Jericho came to Monday Nitro intent on regaining some gold. He stole Chavo Guerrero Jr's title match, knocking out the young wrestler with his stick horse, Pepe, then went into the Television Title match with Stevie Ray. Stevie Ray was defending the belt for his brother, Booker T, who was inactive. It was unknown whether Stevie Ray had the right to defend the belt or not. Either way, after a chokeslam from the Giant, Stevie Ray was left wide open for the pinfall, giving Jericho a new belt to wear. Jericho would feud with Guerrero Jr and Stevie Ray for the next month, with Jericho usually coming out on top. Jericho then began a small feud with Goldberg, saying that, since he was the TV Champ, he deserved the security guards that Goldberg got. Jericho then hired Ralphus, an overweight guard, to follow him around. Jericho even defeated a "midget" Goldberg at Fall Brawl '98 to stay the Television Title. After the real Goldberg speared Jericho on the backstage ramp, however, the feud died away.

Jericho then had a brief run with Raven, facing the man at Halloween Havoc '98. At first Raven didn't want to fight, but after Jericho taunted him for a while, Raven came to the ring and battled the TV Champ. Jericho won the bout, putting Raven in the Liontamer. Jericho then started a minor feud with newcomer Bobby Duncum, Jr. At one point, Duncum Jr hog-tied Jericho. They fought at World War III, with Jericho, after Ralphus' interference, knocking out Duncum Jr with his title and getting the pin. Jericho would continue to feud with Duncum for another couple of weeks.

At the last November '98 Monday Nitro, Jericho lost the Television Title to Konnan, getting Faceplanted on the belt. Jericho then began to scream "conspiracy" again, and battled Konnan over and over for the next month. They battled at Starrcade '98, but Konnan again came out on top, keeping the Television strap. Jericho then had a feud with Perry Saturn, which culminated in Jericho, with help from referee Scott Dickinson, getting the victory over Saturn in a "Loser Wears A Dress Match". Jericho made sure that J.J. Dillon kept Saturn in line, having to wear the dress from then on, whenever he wrestled. The two met again at the next PPV, with Saturn DVD'ing both Jericho and Dickinson, then leaving, taking the loss. Jericho crowed about this 'victory', causing himself and Saturn to face each other at a PPV once more, this time in a Dog Collar match. Saturn won after 2 Death Valley Drivers.

Jericho's next appearance in WCW was in the US Title Tournament in late March '99. Jericho lost in the first round to Scott Steiner, but found a loophole to reenter the tournament, taking the place of Curt Hennig to beat Chris Adams. In the semi-finals, though, Jericho lost to Booker T, exiting the tournament. After the loss, Jericho began to be regulated to the background of WCW, as he was involved in a heavy contract dispute. Not wanting to sign an extension, Jericho was pulled from any title contention, and rarely was used on WCW programming, unless it was to job. He spent a lot of his time touring with his band, Fozzy Osbourne. This became the future for many months following, as the WCW contract ran out. As soon as it did, Jericho left WCW behind him to enter the WWF.

Jericho's appearance in the WWF began as the Millenium Man, as a Countdown was continually shown on WWF shows leading up to his appearance on a Monday Night Raw in August '99. Jericho established himself immediately as a star there, as the fans exploded to his statement "Raw Is Jericho!". Jericho immediately began having problems with the Rock, as the two began to make comments about each other back and forth. No PPV event came out of their battles, however. Jericho also began to use Howard Finkle as his servant, making the man carry his bags. Jericho's first feuds in the WWF were with the Roaddogg Jesse James and "The World's Most Dangerous Man" Ken Shamrock. Jericho's feud with Shamrock turned very violet, usually with Finkle getting the worst of it. During the feud, Jericho was in a cage, which Shamrock tried to break through. Since Jericho blamed Finkle for not raising the cage out of Shamrock's reach, Finkle was 'fired'. Jericho then began having Curtis Hughes aid him against Shamrock. Jericho & Shamrock fought in a First Blood match at a Smackdown, with Hughes hitting Shamrock with a hockey stick to cost him the victory. This injury kept Shamrock from facing Jericho at the next PPV. Instead, at Unforgiven '99, Jericho had his first WWF PPV match, fighting against X-Pac. Unfortunately, Jericho lost the bout by DQ when Hughes attacked X-Pac. The Roaddogg then made the save. Jericho continued to voice his opinions about the WWF, calling himself the savior of the company, since no one else cared as much as he did.

At a English PPV, Rebellion, Jericho defeated the Roaddogg to get a major pay-per-view victory on his record. Jericho also had a falling-out with Hughes, separating from him. Jericho then entered the title picture, focusing on the Intercontinental Title, which was currently being held by Chyna. Jericho had a lot to say about the woman champion, getting under the skin of the 9th Wonder of the World. During this time, Jericho had a short feud with Stevie Richards, who once fought him dressed up as Chyna. At the Survivor Series, Jericho got his shot at the Intercontinental belt, but Chyna proved that she's just as good as any man, pinning Jericho. Undaunted (though humiliated), Jericho continued to come after Chyna, challenging her to a rematch. At Armageddon, Jericho came out ahead, forcing Chyna to submit to the Walls of Jericho (the Liontamer). This gave Jericho his first title in his new federation, making him the Intercontinental Champion of the WWF.
At the end of '99, Jericho once again fought Chyna for his IC strap. At the conclusion of the match, two refs disagreed on the victor. The Intercontinental Title was temporarily taken from Jericho as a decision needed to be reached. At the next card, it was announced that Chyna and Jericho were now CO-Intercontinental Champions, and that if one of them lost, they would both lose the belt. This caused a semi-truce between the two wrestlers, as neither wanted the other to lose. Both interfered to make sure their 'teammate' got the victory for the next few weeks. But both were also unhappy with the arrangement. Hardcore Holly soon got himself involved in the mix, also wanting the title, and the three met at the Royal Rumble to decide the real Intercontinental Champion. Jericho pulled out the victory, making himself the sole Intercontinental Champ. He also competed in the Royal Rumble that night, eliminating Bob Backlund. Unfortunately, Chyna got her revenge by throwing out the Lyinheart, and the Rock won the Rumble. After the Rumble, Jericho & Chyna put their problems behind them, working as a team for a time, feuding with the Hollys.

Jericho also continued to defend the Intercontinental Title, starting a feud up with the Olympian Kurt Angle. At No Way Out, the two met, with Angle managing to knock Jericho out with the IC strap and pin him, gaining another belt to go with his European Title. The Lyinheart immediately began a quest to regain his lost title, calling Angle out whenever possible. He teamed with Chyna against Angle and his ally, Bob Backlund, whom Jericho had eliminated at the Royal Rumble. The feud also soon pulled in "The Crippler" Criss Benoit. Seeing as how there was no love lost between Jericho and Benoit (who had lost the European Title to Angle), the three met at Wrestlemania in a Two-Falls Match. The first to get a pin became the IC champ; the second pin earned the European Title. Benoit managed the first pinning combination, winning the IC belt. But Jericho wasn't done, coming back to get the second fall, and earning the European Title. Kurt Angle was forced to leave without either of his former straps.

Jericho's European Title reign lasted one whole day, as he lost to Eddie Guerrero at Monday Night Raw after Chyna turned on him, taking him out and joining with Guerrero. This started a short feud between Jericho and Chyna/Guerrero. Jericho, though, still had bigger things on the horizon. At another Raw, taking place in April '00, Jericho, in the first bout of the night, took up the challenge of WWF World Champ Hunter Hearst Helmsley, wrestling him and, shockingly, getting the victory. For just a short time, Jericho was the WWF World Champion. However, through subterfuge, as well as threats made to the referee in charge of the match, the verdict was reversed due to a fast count, voiding Jericho's title reign. An angry Jericho laid down another challenge to Helmsley, telling him that he'll soon be back in the main event picture.

At Insurrection, Jericho went after revenge, fighting the European Champion Eddie Guerrero. But once again, Jericho was unable to get the victory, and Guerrero continued to stay the champ. During this time, though, Jericho did manage to get another victory over Chris Benoit, hitting Benoit with the belt and pinning him to become a three-time Intercontinental Champion. The reign lasted about a week before Benoit won the rematch, with HHH, as the 'referee', playing a significant role. Jericho and Benoit continued to feud for the next couple of months, meeting at the next two PPVs. At Backlash, Jericho lost via DQ when he used the IC Title to block Benoit's Swandive Headbutt. At Judgement Day, in a submission match, Benoit came out ahead with the Crippler Crossface, forcing Jericho to pass out. Benoit kept the title, while Jericho left empty-handed once again.

Jericho next competed in the King of the Ring Tournament. He qualified for the 16-men battle by taking down Test. He also continued his feud with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley, once spitting water into Stephanie's face. In the second Qualifying match, Jericho defeated Edge with the Walls of Jericho, earning the right to go to the PPV. At King of the Ring, Jericho took on Kurt Angle in the Semis. It was a good match, with interference from Stephanie, who distracted the ref while Jericho had Angle in the Walls of Jericho. Later in the match, Stephanie accidentally hit Angle with her Women's Title. Jericho then took the time to kiss Stephanie. Unfortunately, this left Jericho open, and Angle got the Olympic Slam and won the match, eliminating Jericho from the tournament.

Jericho and Hunter Hearst Helmsley continued to feud for the next month, with Jericho battling many times against Helmsley and his allies in the reformed Degeneration-X. Helmsley sent Jericho to the hospital during one card, after a brutal attack with a sledgehammer. This left Jericho's ribs taped up for a while. At Fully Loaded '00, Jericho faced Helmsley in a Last Man Standing match. Jericho did manage to get Helmsley in the Walls of Jericho, but this would not get him the win. Helmsley later backsuplexed Jericho through the announcer's table. Helmsley was able to answer the 10 count. Jericho was not. Thus, Helmsley got the victory.

For a time, Jericho wanted a rematch against Helmsley, but kept being denied. Instead, he fought against Chris Benoit, winning a mixed tag match with Lita, beating Benoit and Trish Stratus. After the match, Jericho bragged about the win, getting himself hammered by a chair by Benoit. This renewed their long feud, and the wrestlers attacked each other during many matches, costing each other different titles over the month. At Summerslam, they fought in a 3 Falls match. Benoit struck quickly with the Crippler Crossface, forcing Jericho to submit. But a few minutes later, Jericho struck back with the Walls of Jericho, evening up the series. The two wrestlers fought for a while longer, until Benoit caught Jericho and rolled him after a Lionsault attempt, holding onto the ropes to get the pinfall and the win.

Jericho's next feud started almost immediately with X-Pac, with both men getting wins for each other by causing DQ's. At one point, X-Pac used his nun chucks on Jericho, hitting him hard enough to draw blood. Later on, Jericho destroyed the set of Sir William Regal's "manners" set, but this left Jericho open for a brutal attack from X-Pac. At Unforgiven, the wrestlers brawled, with sealing the match with his Walls of Jericho, causing X-Pac to tap out. After the match, though, X-Pac again attacked Jericho with the nunchucks. The feud intensified the next Raw, when the two fought in a First Blood match. X-Pac won by cutting Jericho with some glass, but Jericho got revenge, busting X-Pac open and putting him in the submission hold. X-Pac and Jericho would continue to assault each other for a few more weeks, leading into No Mercy, where they fought in a Steel Cage match. Before the bout, Jericho promised that their feud would end that night. The fight had many memorable moments, including Jericho Powerbombing X-Pac off the top rope, and later putting on the Walls of Jericho at the top of the cage! The end came when Jericho dropkicked the side of the cage, making X-Pac drop crotch-first on the top of it. This bought Jericho enough time to climb out the cage door, winning the match.

The Nitro after the Pay-Per-View, Jericho was in the back, getting a cup of coffee, when he accidentally spilled it on Kane. Kane took offense despite Jericho's apology, and attacked him later in the night. Believe it or not, this was the start of a long feud between the two. On Sunday Night Heat, Jericho (under the name "Mongoose McQueen") performed with his band, Fozzy Osbourne. Jericho then got back to wrestling, with Kane stalking him at every moment. Jericho hit the big man with a chair multiple times on one night, with no success to show for it. At another point, Kane threw Jericho through a glass window, sending him to the hospital with many cuts. Jericho & Kane met at the Survivor Series in a harsh brawl. Kane removed a turnbuckle pad at one point, to slam Jericho facefirst on it, but Jericho managed to block it. Kane then threw Jericho out of the ring with one hand. Jericho came back, getting the Walls of Jericho on for a time, but Kane fought his way out of it. Jericho then later attempted the Lionsault, but Kane caught him, then delivered a Chokeslam to get the victory.

The feud continued for the next month, with Jericho routinely teaming up with others to fight against Kane and his 'partner' for the night. Kane continued to cost Jericho matches, making the feud even more intense, as Kane won again at Rebellion '00 (a British show). They later signed a "Last Man Standing" match for Armageddon '00, with the odds distinctly against Jericho. The fight began in the entryway, with Kane attacking Jericho. They fought backstage, then finally came to the ring. Kane choked out Jericho at one point, but Jericho was able to answer the 10 count. Kane also got top rope maneuvers, then his Chokeslam, but Jericho kept getting back up. Kane then tried to Tombstone Jericho onto a chair, but Jericho reversed it, getting a DDT onto that same chair. The chair changed the tide, as Jericho used it repeatedly on the Big Red Machine. Jericho even went as far as to do his Lionsault, landing on the chair, which was on top of Kane. The two finally left the ring, battling back to the entryway, where Jericho bulldogged Kane into a couple of tables. Jericho then pushed the scaffolding over onto Kane, burying him, and keeping him from answering the 10 count. Jericho had managed to survive, winning over the unstoppable force.

After finally finishing off Kane, Jericho went back to his old feuding partner, Benoit, along with the reunited Radicalz. There were many battles between the former WCW wrestlers. Jericho also continued to have his problems with Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley, who was at the time hanging around the World Champion, Kurt Angle. Jericho kept being triple-teamed by the Radicalz, but he found himself allies in the Hardy Boyz, leading to many 6-man matches. Jericho said he wanted another shot at Benoit, who was holding the Intercontinental Championship. Benoit agreed, setting up a Ladder Match at the Royal Rumble '01. It was a terrific match between the two stars, with lots of hair-raising moments. Jericho surprised Benoit by getting him in the Walls of Jericho on the ladder during one part of the bout. Benoit later got the Crippler Crossface, then headed up the ladder. But Jericho recovered to knock Benoit off the ladder with a chair, sending him flying out of the ring. Jericho then climbed up, getting the Intercontinental Title for the fourth time.

Jericho continued to feud with Benoit for the IC Title during February '01. Soon, Eddie Guerrero, Benoit's sidekick in the Radicalz, became involved as well. The fourth man, the recently returned X-Pac, entered the feud soon after, making it a Fatal Fourway for the Intercontinental Title at No Way Out. At first, Benoit & Guerrero worked as a team against Jericho and X-Pac. The unity soon broke down, though, with all four men fighting hard for the belt. Benoit nearly got the win at one point, after X-Pac's ally Justin Credible interfered, hitting Jericho. In the end, Benoit was knocked down by X-Pac's Spinning Heel Kick. While X-Pac celebrated, Jericho rolled him up for the victory, retaining the title.

In March '01, Jericho began having problems with Sir William Regal, who still remembered Jericho destroying his set many months before. Regal had become the "Commissioner" of the WWF, allowing him some power. He set up a match between Jericho and Regal at Wrestlemania XVII, with the gold on the line. After various battles between the two, it was finally time for the pay-per-view. Regal & Jericho had a technical battle for the title, each displaying their knowledge of wrestling maneuvers. The match went back and forth for a while, with neither taking advantage for long. Near the end, Regal got the Regal Stretch on Jericho, but the champion was able to make it to the ropes. Jericho then fought his way back, getting his Lionsault on Regal to get the pinfall and the victory, retaining the Intercontinental Title once again.

At Raw the next day, Trish Stratus was letting Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley have it in a Strap match when Commissioner Regal came out to interfere, holding Trish for Stephanie. But Jericho ran down as well, getting rid of Regal and chasing Stephanie away from ringside. Because of this, Regal assigned Jericho in a Handicap Match that night against himself and Kurt Angle. Jericho fought hard and tried to battle the odds, but a chair shot from Angle left him down for the pin. After the match, the two men beat on Jericho until Chris Benoit, Jericho's long-time nemesis, surprisingly ran down to ringside to get rid of them. Jericho & Benoit then stared at each other for a time before Jericho left the ring. At Smackdown, Jericho returned the favor, coming down to clear the ring when Benoit was under assault from the Regal/Angle team. Again, the two men stared at each other before leaving. Later that night, Jericho faced Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the Intercontinental Title on the line. Jericho fought hard and got HHH in the Walls of Jericho, but Stephanie distracted the ref, keeping Jericho from winning. Regal then came down to the ring with a chair, but Jericho dodged the chair shot and instead knocked Regal out. Stephanie then tried to attack, but Jericho twisted her into the Walls of Jericho. This left Jericho open for a chair shot from HHH, but Jericho still kicked out at 2. HHH still got the Pedigree, though, and walked away with the Intercontinental Title.

At the next Raw, Commissioner Regal announced his foreboding about the way Jericho & Benoit seemed to be getting along, so he assigned them to have another great match in their 'ongoing feud'. Regal also came out as the special referee, to prolong the match as long as possible. It backfired on the Commissioner, though, when both Jericho & Benoit snapped, pounding on him and locking on the Crippler Crossface and the Walls of Jericho at the same time. At the next Smackdown, Regal made them pay, putting them in a four-on-two match against himself, Angle, & the tag-team champions, Edge & Christian. Jericho & Benoit worked great as a team against the odds, and both used their finishers at least twice during the match. But the numbers were too much, as Angle got the Olympic slam on Jericho, ending the match. Jericho & Benoit weren't done, though, locking Regal & Angle in their respective submission holds.

Jericho's battles with Sir William Regal led to another match between them being signed at Backlash '01, with "Dutchess of Queensbury" rules in effect. The Dutchess of Queensbury, a plant by Regal, came out to ringside and made up rules as the match went along. Early on, Jericho took advantage, and hit his Lionsault. But before he could make the pin, the bell rang, and it was announced that, according to the Dutchess, round one had expired. Regal then grabbed Jericho from behind and rolled him up for a two count, as Round Two started suddenly. Later, Jericho got on the Walls of Jericho, but the Dutchess proclaimed that submissions did not count. Jericho then went after the Dutchess, furious, but was stopped by Regal, who hit him with a scepter, to which the Dutchess announced that there was no disqualification. After Jericho retook control later in the match, he threw Regal to the outside, into the Dutchess' lap, then pulled her into the ring and put HER into the Walls of Jericho. This, though, gave Regal his opening, and he knocked out Jericho with three chair shots to win the match.

Jericho later got some revenge on Regal, beating him the next week at the England PPV, Insurrextion, forcing Regal to submit to the Walls of Jericho. The feud later came to a close at a Raw, when Jericho won a steel cage match over Regal, by being the first to escape. Jericho then continued to ally himself with Chris Benoit, helping him out when Edge & Christian were double-teaming him. This led up to Judgement Day '01, where Jericho was put into the Tag-Team Turmoil match, with the winner to get a title shot against the champions. With Benoit involved in a match with Kurt Angle, it was unknown who Jericho's partner was going to be. Jericho, interviewed early in the night, said that his partner was a real 'party animal'. After multiple teams had been eliminated, X-Factor (Justin Credible & X-Pac) waited in the ring for Jericho and his partner, who was quickly revealed as Chris Benoit, wrestling his second match of the night.

The two partners quickly dominated the X-Factor, even after Albert tried to interfere on behalf of his stable. Jericho & Benoit double-suplexed Albert, then put their respective submission holds on Credible & X-Pac to force the submission and move on to the final match of the Tag-Team Turmoil battle, against Edge & Christian. The two tag-teams battled back and forth, with neither team keeping the advantage for long. Chairs later came into play, as Edge & Christian went for their Con-Chair-To on Benoit. But Jericho stopped it, which allowed Benoit to get Christian in the Crippler Crossface for the submission victory, earning Jericho & Benoit a tag-team title shot the next night on Raw against "Stone Cold" Steve Austin & Hunter Hearst Helmsley, the two top heels at the time due to their backing by Vince McMahon.

During the night, Jericho & Benoit were pictured talking together, with Benoit reminding his partner of all they've been through in their careers together. He mentioned Stu Hart's Dungeon, Japan, Mexico, and even "down south", a thinly veiled reference to WCW. They then came out to take their shot at the tag-team champions. The match flowed back and forth, with the heels using any tactics to survive. Early on, Benoit got the Crossface on Austin, but had it broken up after a chair shot from Helmsley. The heels then dominated Benoit for a time, but he finally made the hot tag to Jericho, who managed to take down Austin and get the Walls of Jericho. The hold was again broken up by Triple H. Chaos took over, with Jericho putting HHH in the Walls of Jericho on the announce table, while Benoit hit the Headbutt in the ring on Austin. In the end, after Triple H accidentally hit Austin with his sledgehammer, Benoit took care of HHH, while Jericho hit the Lion Sault and made the cover, winning the tag-team titles for his team.

At the next Smackdown, in retribution for the loss, Vince McMahon arranged for Jericho & Benoit to defend the tag-team belts against the Hardy Boyz, the Dudleyz, and Edge & Christian in the third installment of the Tables-Ladders-Chairs matches. It was a spotfest, featuring all sorts of painful maneuvers, mainly featuring the ladders that were set up in the ring. At one point, Benoit tried to dive off the turnbuckle with his headbutt into Matt Hardy. Hardy moved, however, and Benoit took the full brunt of the shot into the table, knocking himself out. One of the announcers, Tazz, left the broadcast location and checked on him, then called for help, and Benoit was stretchered out, leaving Jericho to fight on alone. Benoit would later return, only to be taken out by a Con-Chair-To to the ribs by Edge & Christian. Jericho fought well for his team, at one point getting the Walls of Jericho on Edge on top of two ladders, a very impressive feat. Christian then made the save for his partner. Later on, near the end of the match, Jericho painfully climbed the ladder and reached for the gold, only to be speared off the ladder by a flying Edge. This, however, left the way open for the badly-injured Benoit to climb up and grab the gold before anyone could stop him, keeping Jericho & Benoit the dominant tag-team in the WWF.

At the next Raw, both Jericho and Benoit came out, demanding a World Title shot against "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. They ran embarrassing footage of Vince McMahon singing and dancing back in 1987 to "Stand Back", definitely not one of Vince's better shots. McMahon, angry at that being shown, put Jericho in a match against the Hardcore Champion, the Big Show, while Benoit had to face Rhyno. McMahon then said that he would decide, after the matches, which wrestler deserved the shot. Jericho seemed outmatched by the Big Show, who dominated their match-up. But Jericho came around near the end, leaping off the turnbuckle and missile dropkicking a set of ring stairs that the Big Show was carrying into his face. The Big Show dropped like a stone, allowing Jericho to come off with the Lion Sault and get the victory, becoming the Hardcore Champion. The win would only last for a few minutes, however, as Jericho was Gored on the ramp by Rhyno and quickly pinned, losing the Hardcore strap as quickly as he had gotten it. It was later announced that Benoit would get the shot against Austin that night, leaving Jericho on the outside. After Austin and McMahon screwed Benoit out of the win, Jericho came down to the ring and attacked both men. As the show ended, Jericho & Benoit put Austin & McMahon in their submission holds, getting some revenge and proving that both were still threats in the World Title chase.

The first Raw of June '01 looked to be a good one for Chris Jericho, as Mick Foley, with help from Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura, managed to arrange a World Title shot for him against Steve Austin. As an added surprise, Foley became the special guest enforcer for the match, to try and keep others from interfering. During the match, the referee was taken out. Jericho then managed to get Austin in the Walls of Jericho. Foley entered the ring to look for the submission, but was pulled out by Commissioner Regal, who then fought with Foley on the outside. Jericho went out to help, only to accidentally be hit by a chair from Foley. Austin was then able to retake control and get his Stone Cold Stunner for the win, denying Jericho the belt once again.

Jericho & Benoit next had to defend the Tag-Team Titles against Austin & McMahon at Smackdown. However, they had the odds against them, since they first had a non-title match with the APA. The champs managed to get by, though, after Jericho got his Lionsault on Farooq. "Commissioner" Regal continued to make things hard for Jericho & Benoit, though, putting them in another "warm-up" match against the Big Show & Rhyno. Benoit & Jericho again got past, this time winning via DQ after Rhyno used a chair on the wrestlers. With both men hurt, Regal immediately had the 'main event' start, bringing down Austin & McMahon, who dominated a good portion of the match. Austin even got stunners on both wrestlers. But in the end, a distracted Austin was rolled up by Benoit, who got the pinfall, allowing them to retain the belts.

It was announced at the next Raw that, due to manipulations from Foley & WWF CEO Linda McMahon, there would be a Triple Threat match at King of the Ring '01 between Jericho, Chris Benoit, and Steve Austin for the World Title, which could be Jericho's best chance yet to earn the gold. Jericho had other things to worry about, though, as he was put into a handicap match against both the Big Show & Rhyno. Although Jericho fought hard, even getting the Walls of Jericho on each wrestler, he was eventually taken out by a chokeslam by the Big Show, who was subsequently Gored by Rhyno and knocked out of the ring. Rhyno then made the pin on Jericho to get the pinfall win. Despite this set-back, things look bright for Jericho in the near future, as he may finally reach the point that all Jericho-holics have been waiting for: the top of the WWF mountain.

The wars between the Chris Canadian Connection and Austin continued in the next week, as Jericho & Benoit saved Molly Holly, Spike Dudley's girlfriend, from an Austin beatdown after Austin had defeated Spike in a Smackdown match. The next week, Jericho, Benoit, & Spike took on Austin & the Dudley Boyz in a 6-man tag, a brutal affair that ended with Austin getting put in both the Crippler Crossface and the Walls of Jericho! The referee, Earl Hebner, kept Austin in pain, tapping, for some time before calling for the bell, giving the win to the faces. On the next Smackdown, though, Austin claimed revenge during the Jericho/Benoit Tag-Team Title match against the Dudley Boyz. Benoit had the Crippler Crossface on Buh Buh, but since the ref was down, Austin was able to come in and knock out Benoit with the World Title, allowing the Dudleyz to win and take away the Tag-Team Titles. This added more fuel to the fire, leading up to King of the Ring '01.

At the PPV, the odds seemed to be in the corner of Jericho & Benoit. A rumor was announced that if Jericho or Benoit won, the World Title would be taken to the WCW camp. Both Benoit & Jericho neither confirmed or denied the rumor. The Triple Threat World Title match-up began with the two men double-teaming Austin, who was distracted since Vince McMahon wasn't there. But when Jericho accidentally hit Benoit, the alliance broke down, making it every man for himself. During the match, Jericho & Benoit realigned to put their double submission combo on Austin, making him tap. But the ref declared that only one man could win, keeping the match going. The WCW World Champion, Booker T, interfered, hitting the Bookend on Austin. Jericho & Benoit then went at it, exchanging multiple 2 counts. Jericho then superplexed Benoit off the turnbuckle, which allowed Austin to slip back in and pin Benoit, winning the match and retaining the World Title.

The next night, at Raw, Jericho took out his anger on Tajiri, Steven Regal's aide. Jericho took advantage early on, managing to get Tajiri into the Walls of Jericho. But Regal leapt up on the apron, causing Jericho to drop the hold, and allowing Tajiri to recover. Later on, Jericho hit two powerbombs in a row, then made the cover, only to have Regal pull out the referee. Regal then came in to help Tajiri double-team Jericho, but it backfired, as Jericho ducked out of the way of Tajiri's mist shot, making it hit Regal instead. Jericho then took down Tajiri and got the Lionsault, winning the match and getting some redemption. Jericho would then join up with Spike Dudley for a few weeks in his war against his older brothers, the Dudley Boyz, but this ended when Spike broke a bone in his leg during a tag-team match. Jericho, meanwhile, became more into the WCW Invasion of the WWF, appearing to join Kane in what was supposed to be a "handicap" match against Lance Storm & Mike Awesome. However, during the match, when Jericho & Kane took the advantage, they were assaulted by Tommy Dreamer and Rob Van Dam. Other WWF wrestlers rushed the ring, but all turned on the two WWF wrestlers, joining up instead with the reformed Paul Heyman ECW.

With the ECW/WCW faction stronger than ever, Jericho quickly went to work, taking out Lance Storm, his former tag-team partner, at the next Smackdown. Later that night, he, with Kane, tried to aid Kurt Angle & the Undertaker during an ECW/WCW attack, but were overwhelmed by the numbers. Jericho continued to fight the next week, as he first taunted Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley (the new owner of ECW), then challenged Booker T to a WCW World Title match. During the bout, Jericho got both the Lionsault and the Walls of Jericho, only to have WCW ref Nick Patrick pretend to be injured both times. WWF ref Earl Hebner then took out Patrick and tried to ring the bell, but he was knocked out by Shane McMahon. Although Jericho released the Walls of Jericho and took out McMahon, Booker T got a low blow and a roll-up, and after a quick count by Patrick, retained the World Title. An angry Jericho watched Booker T celebrate his win. Later that night, Jericho was part of the big ECW/WCW vs. WWF brawl that erupted during the main event, and, after "Stone Cold" Steve Austin struck and cleared the ring, stood alongside his WWF teammates.

At the Invasion PPV, Jericho and the WWF team took on Booker T, Diamond Dallas Page, Rhyno & the Dudley Boyz in the "Inaugural Brawl", a 10-man tag-team match that soon broke down into a 10-man brawl. Jericho both took some lumps and delivered some shots, trying to help his team get the victory. But in the end, they were betrayed by "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, who suddenly turned on the WWF by Stunning Kurt Angle and rolling Booker T on top for the pin. The loss may shake the WWF to the core, as they just lost one of their best chances for survival against the invading force. Expect Jericho to look for some retribution in the coming weeks.

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Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (79 - 104)
- FMW Fall Spectacular '92 = Sudden Impact (Chris Jericho & Lance Storm) defeated Eiji Ezaki and Mr. Gannosuke.
- SMW Volunteer Slam III ('94) = The Thrillseekers (Jericho & Storm) defeated Well Dunn.
- WAR Sumo Hall (March '94) = Corazon de Leon lost to the Super Strong Machine.
- WAR Six Man Tag-Team Title Tournament (June '94) = Lionheart, Dos Caras & Bret Como defeated Arashi, Ashura Hara & Super Strong Machine, but lost to Gedo, Jedo & Hiromichi Fuyuki.
- WAR Sumo Hall (July '94) = Lionheart, Vampiro Canadiense & the Warlord were beaten by Genichiro Tenryu, Bam Bam Bigelow, & Atsushi Onita in the WAR 6-Man Tag-Team Title Tournament.
- SMW Night of Legends (August '94) = The Thrillseekers won over the Heavenly Bodies.
- WAR Sumo Hall (March '95) = Lionheart beat Masao Orihara and the Ultimo Dragon, but lost to Gedo in the Finals of the WAR Int'l Junior Heavyweight Title Tournament.
- WAR Sumo Hall (August '95) = Lionheart retained the WAR Int'l Junior Heavyweight Title, defeating the Ultimo Dragon.
- WAR Super J Cup: 2nd Stage (December '95) = Lionheart beat Hanzo Nakajima, but was defeated by Chris Benoit.
- WAR Jr Heavyweight Tag Title Tournament (February '96) = Lion Do & Gedo defeated Ultimo Dragon & Negro Casa and Yuji Yasuraoka & Lance Storm to win the tournament and the titles.
- ECW Big Ass Extreme Bash (March 8th, '96) = Jericho defeated Cactus Jack.
- ECW Big Ass Extreme Bash (March 9th, '96) = Jericho won, via DQ, over Tazz.
- ECW A Matter of Respect (May '96) = Jericho defeated Mikey Whipwreck to gain a shot at the ECW TV Title.
- World Wrestling Peace Festival '96 (June '96) = Jericho lost a Triangle Match to Konnan. Bam Bam Bigelow was the other participant.
- WAR Sumo Hall (July 20, '96) = Lionheart & Big Titan lost to the Ultimo Dragon & Nobukazu Hirai.
- WAR Sumo Hall (July 21, '96) = Lion Do, Juventud Guerrera, Jushin Liger & Gedo were beaten by the Ultimo Dragon, Rey Mysterio Jr, Lance Storm & Yuji Yasuraoka.
- ECW Hardcore Heaven '96 = Jericho won the ECW Television Title from Pitbull #2.
- ECW Heat Wave '96 = Jericho fought in an Elimination Four-Way match for the ECW TV Title with Too Cold Scorpio, Shane Douglas, and Pitbull #2. Jericho was eliminated. Douglas won the TV Title.
- ECW The Doctor Is In '96 = Jericho lost to Too Cold Scorpio.
- WCW Fall Brawl '96 = Jericho was defeated by Chris Benoit.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '96 = Jericho was pinned by Syxx.
- WCW World War III '96 = Jericho, with an arm tied behind his back, defeated Nick Patrick. Later in the night, Jericho competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by the Giant.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXXIV (January '97) = Jericho, Super Calo and Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Konnan, Mr. JL and La Parka.
- NJPW Tokyo Dome '97 (Wrestling World) = Super Liger defeated Koji Kanemoto.
- WCW/nWo Souled Out '97 = Jericho lost to Masahiro Chono.
- NJPW Sumo Hall (February '97) = Jericho & Scotty Riggs defeated Norio Honaga & El Samurai.
- WCW Superbrawl VII ('97) = Jericho lost to Eddy Guerrero, who retained his WCW United States Title.
- NJPW Top of the Super Junior '97 (May 16 - June 5, '97) = Jericho competed in the League, which was won by El Samurai.
- NJPW Budokan Hall (June 5, '97) = Jericho, Jushin Liger, Gran Naniwa & Dr. Wagner Jr defeated Shinjiro Ohtani, Tatsuhito Takaiwa, Yoshihiro Tajiri & Hanzo Nakajima.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '97 = Jericho retained the WCW Cruiserweight Belt by defeating the Ultimo Dragon.
- WCW Road Wild '97 = Jericho lost to then-Cruiserweight Champion Alex Wright.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXXV (August '97) = Jericho retained the WCW Cruiserweight Belt, defeating Eddie Guerrero.
- WCW Fall Brawl '97 = Jericho lost the WCW Cruiserweight Title to Eddie Guerrero.
- NJPW Budokan Hall (September '97) = Jericho, Koji Kanemoto & Dr. Wagner Jr fell to Jushin Liger, Wild Pegasus & El Samurai.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '97 = Jericho made Gedo submit, earning the win.
- WCW World War III '97 = Jericho was involved in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by Scott Hall.
- WCW/nWo Souled Out '98 = Jericho forced Rey Misterio, Jr, to submit, winning the WCW World Cruiserweight belt for the 3rd time.
- WCW Boston Brawl (January '98) = Jericho retained the WCW Cruiserweight Belt, defeating Dean Malenko.
- WCW Superbrawl VII ('98) = Jericho defended his Cruserweight Belt in a "Title vs Mask" match, taking Juventud Guerrera's mask.
- WCW Uncensored '98 = Jericho again held onto the Cruiserweight Belt by forcing Dean Malenko to submit.
- WCW Spring Stampede '98 = Jericho made Prince Iaukea, once again retaining the Cruiserweight Belt.
- HCW Brian Pillman Memorial Show (April '98) = Jericho lost to Chris Benoit.
- WCW Slamboree '98 = Jericho lost his Cruiserweight Belt to Dean Malenko, after Malenko competed, disguised as Ciclope, in the "Cruiserweight Contenders" Battle Royal.
- WCW Great American Bash '98 = Jericho won via DQ over Dean Malenko, thus winning the vacated WCW Cruiserweight Belt.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '98 = Jericho lost to Rey Misterio, Jr, but the Cruiserweight Belt was returned to him the next day.
- WCW Road Wild '98 = Jericho lost the Cruiserweight Belt to Juventud Guerrera. Dean Malenko was the special referee.
- WCW Fall Brawl '98 = Jericho "defends" the WCW TV Title by "defeating" a fake Goldberg.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '98 = Jericho retains the WCW Television Belt, forcing Raven to submit.
- WCW World War III '98 = Jericho pins Bobby Duncum, Jr., to stay the Television Champion.
- WCW Starrcade '98 = Jericho was defeated by the WCW TV Champ, Konnan.
- WCW Souled Out '99 = Jericho defeated Saturn, winning the "Loser Must Wear A Dress" Match.
- WCW Superbrawl IX ('99) = Jericho was DVD'ed, along with referee Scott Dickinson, by Saturn, who then left the ring. Jericho won via Countout.
- WCW Uncensored '99 = Jericho lost a Dog Collar Match to Saturn, after 2 DVD's.
- Curtis Came Home (July '99) = Jericho defeated Terry Taylor.
- WWF Unforgiven '99 = Jericho lost, via DQ, to X-Pac.
- WWF Rebellion (Birmingham '99) = Jericho defeated the Roaddogg Jesse James.
- WWF Survivor Series '99 = Jericho was pinned by the Intercontinental Champion, Chyna.
- WWF Armageddon '99 = Jericho forced Chyna to submit, becoming the Intercontinental Champion.
- WWF Royal Rumble '00 = Jericho won a Triangle Match over Hardcore Holly and Chyna to become the sole holder of the Intercontinental Title. Later in the night, competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by the Rock.
- WWF No Way Out '00 = Jericho was defeated by Kurt Angle, losing the Intercontinental Title.
- WWF Wrestlemania 2000 = Jericho got the second pin in a 2-Falls match, earning the European Title. The other competitors were Chris Benoit (who got the first pin, and the IC belt) and Kurt Angle.
- WWF Insurrection (London '00) = Jericho was beaten by the European Champion Eddie Guerrero.
- WWF Backlash '00 = Jericho lost, via DQ, to the Intercontinental Champion, Chris Benoit.
- WWF Judgement Day '00 = Jericho was beaten in a Submission Match by Chris Benoit, who retained the Intercontinental Title.
- WWF King of the Ring '00 = Jericho was defeated by Kurt Angle.
- WWF Fully Loaded '00 = Jericho lost a "Last Man Standing" match to Hunter Hearst Helmsley.
- WWF Summerslam '00 = Jericho was defeated by Chris Benoit in a Three Falls match.
- WWF Unforgiven '00 = Jericho beat X-Pac.
- WWF No Mercy '00 = Jericho defeated X-Pac in a "Steel Cage" Match.
- WWF Survivor Series '00 = Jericho was beaten by Kane.
- WWF Rebellion (December '00) = Jericho again lost to Kane.
- WWF Armageddon '00 = Jericho won over Kane in a "Last Man Standing" Match.
- WWF Royal Rumble '01 = Jericho won a "Ladder Match" over Chris Benoit to win the Intercontinental Title.
- WWF No Way Out '01 = Jericho defeated Chris Benoit, X-Pac, and Eddie Guerrero in a Fatal Fourway match to stay the Intercontinental Title.
- WWF Wrestlemania XVII ('01) = Jericho retained the Intercontinental Title, beating William Regal.
- WWF Backlash '01 = Jericho was beaten by Sir William Regal in a "Dutchess of Queensbury" match.
- WWF Insurrextion '01 (May) = Jericho forced William Regal to submit.
- WWF Judgement Day '01 = Jericho & Chris Benoit won the Tag-Team Turmoil match, beating Justin Credible & X-Pac and Edge & Christian.
- WWF King of the Ring '01 = Jericho was beaten in a "Triple Threat" match by the WWF World Champ, Steve Austin. Chris Benoit was the other participant.
- OVW "The Last Dance" (June 27, '01) = Jericho fell to the OVW Champion, Flash.
- WWF Invasion (July '01) = Jericho, Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Kane & the Undertaker lost to the ECWCW team of Booker T, Diamond Dallas Page, Rhyno, Buh Buh Ray & D'Von Dudley.
- WWF Summerslam '01 = Jericho forced Rhyno to submit.
- WWF Unforgiven '01 = Jericho was beaten by the Hardcore Champion, Rob Van Dam.
- WWF No Mercy '01 = Jericho won the WCW World Title, defeating the Rock.
- WWF Rebellion (November 3, '01) = Jericho retained the WCW Heavyweight Championship, pinning Kurt Angle.
- WWF Survivor Series '01 = Jericho, the Rock, Kane, the Undertaker & the Big Show fought in an "Elimination" match against Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, Booker T & Shane McMahon. Jericho was eliminated by Austin. The Rock was the sole 'survivor'.
- WWF Vengence (December '01) = Jericho defeated the Rock to win the (WCW) World Title, then took down Steve Austin in the Unification bout to gain the WWF Heavyweight Championship as well.
- WWF Royal Rumble '02 = Jericho defended the WWF Heavyweight Title, beating the Rock.
- WWF No Way Out '02 = Jericho again retained the WWF Heavyweight Championship, winning over Steve Austin.
- WWF Wrestlemania X-8 ('02) = Jericho was beaten by Hunter Hearst Helmsley, who took away the Heavyweight Title.
- WWE Judgment Day '02 = Jericho lost a "Hell In A Cell" Match to Hunter Hearst Helmsley.
- WWE King of the Ring '02 = Jericho fell to Rob Van Dam in the semi-finals of the KOTR tournament.
- WWE Vengence '02 (July) = Jericho was beaten by John Cena.
- WWE Global Warning (August 10, '02) = Jericho was pinned by Edge.
- WWE Summerslam '02 = Jericho was forced to submit to Ric Flair.
- WWE Unforgiven '02 = Jericho retained the WWE Intercontinental Title, beating Ric Flair.
- WWE No Mercy '02 = Jericho & Christian stayed the WWE Tag Champs, winning over Booker T & Goldust.
- WWE Survivor Series '02 = Jericho competed in the "Elimination Chamber" Match, which was won by Shawn Michaels, who became the WWE Raw Heavyweight Champion. The other participants were Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Rob Van Dam, Booker T & Kane.
- WWE Armageddon '02 = Jericho & Christian lost the WWE Raw Tag-Team Titles to Booker T & Goldust in a "Tag-Team Elimination" Match. Lance Storm & William Regal and the Dudley Boyz were the other participants.
- WWE Royal Rumble '03 = Jericho competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by Brock Lesnar.
- WWE No Way Out '03 = Jericho forced Jeff Hardy to submit.
- WWE Wrestlemania X-9 (March 30, '03) = Jericho was beaten by Shawn Michaels.
- WWE Backlash '03 = Jericho, Hunter Hearst Helmsley & Ric Flair won over Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash & Booker T.
- WWE Judgment Day '03 = Jericho competed in the "Intercontinental Title Battle Royal", which was won by Christian.
- WWE Bad Blood (June 15, '03) = Jericho was beaten by Bill Goldberg.
- WWE Summerslam '03 = Jericho competed in the "Elimination Chamber" Match, which was won by Raw World Champ Hunter Hearst Helmsley. Bill Goldberg, Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash and Randy Orton were the other participants.
- WWE Unforgiven '03 (September 21) = Jericho lost a "Triple Threat" Match to the Intercontinental Champ, Christian. Rob Van Dam was the other participant.
- WWE Survivor Series '03 = Jericho, Scott Steiner, Mark Henry, Randy Orton & Christian fought in an "Elimination" Match against Shawn Michaels, Booker T, Rob Van Dam & the Dudley Boyz. Jericho was eliminated by Michaels. Orton was the sole 'survivor'.
- WWE Armageddon '03 = Jericho & Christian won a "Battle of the Sexes" Match over Trish Stratus & Lita.
- WWE Royal Rumble '04 (January 25) = Jericho competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by Chris Benoit.
- WWE Wrestlemania XX (March 14, '04) = Jericho was beaten by Christian.
- WWE Backlash '04 (April 18) = Jericho won a "Handicap" Match over Trish Stratus & Christian.
- WWE Bad Blood '04 (June 13) = Jericho pinned Tyson Tomko.
- WWE Vengeance '04 (July 11) = Jericho was beaten by Batista.
- WWE Summerslam '04 (August 15) = Jericho lost a "Three-Way" Match to the Intercontinental Champion, Edge. Batista was the other participant.
- WWE Unforgiven '04 (September 12) = Jericho won the vacated Intercontinental Title, winning a "Ladder" Match over Christian.
- WWE Taboo Tuesday (October 19, '04) = Jericho lost the IC Title to Shelton Benjamin.
- WWE Survivor Series '04 (November 14, '04) = Jericho, Randy Orton, Chris Benoit, & Maven fought in an "Elimination" Match with Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Gene Snitsky, Batista, & Edge. Jericho was eliminated by Edge. Orton was the 'sole survivor'.
- WWE New Year's Revolution (January 9, '05) = Jericho competed in an "Elimination Chamber" Match for the vacated Raw World Title, which was won by Hunter Hearst Helmsley. The other participants were Chris Benoit, Randy Orton, Batista, & Edge.
- WWE Royal Rumble '05 (January 30) = Jericho competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by Batista.
- WWE Wrestlemania 21 (April 3, '05) = Jericho lost the "Money In The Bank Ladder" Match to Edge. Chris Benoit, Shelton Benjamin, Kane, and Christian were the other participants.
- WWE Backlash '05 (May 1) = Jericho lost to the Intercontinental Champion, Shelton Benjamin.
- WWE Gold Rush Tournament (May '05) = Jericho fell in the first round to the eventual winner, Edge.
- ECW One Night Stand (June 12, '05) = Jericho was beaten by Lance Storm.
- WWE Vengeance '05 (June 26) = Jericho lost a "Triple Threat" Match to the WWE Champion, John Cena. Christian was the other participant.
- WWE Summerslam '05 (August 21, '05) = Jericho lost to the Raw WWE Champion, John Cena.
- WWE Armageddon '07 (December 16) = Jericho won, via DQ, over the WWE Champ, Randy Orton.
- WWE Royal Rumble '08 (January 27) = Jericho lost, via DQ, to JBL.
- WWE No Way Out '08 (February 17) = Jericho competed in a "Raw #1 Contenders Elimination Chamber" Match, which was won by Triple H. Jeff Hardy, Shawn Michaels, JBL, and Umaga were the other participants.
- WWE Wrestlemania 24 (March 30, '08) = Jericho competed in the "Money In The Bank Ladder" Match, which was won by CM Punk. Shelton Benjamin, Carlito, Mr. Kennedy, John Morrison, and MVP were the other participants.
- WWE King of the Ring '08 Tournament (April 21) = Jericho beat MVP, then fell to CM Punk. William Regal won the tournament>
- WWE Judgment Day '08 (May 18) = Jericho, as the WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion, lost a "Non-Title" Match to Shawn Michaels.
- WWE Night of Champions '08 (June 29) = Jericho lost the WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Title to Kofi Kingston.
- WWE Great American Bash '08 (July 20) = Jericho won, via ref stoppage, over Shawn Michaels.
- WWE Unforgiven '08 (September 7) = Jericho lost an "Unsanctioned" Match, via ref stoppage, to Shawn Michaels. Later on, Jericho won the World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Scramble" Match over John Bradshaw Layfield, Rey Mysterio, Batista, and Kane (Jericho was a sub for CM Punk, who had been taken out earlier in the night).
- WWE No Mercy '08 (October 5) = Jericho retained the World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Ladder" Match over Shawn Michaels.
- WWE Cyber Sunday '08 (October 26) = Jericho lost the World Heavyweight Title to Batista. Steve Austin was the special referee.
- WWE Survivor Series '08 (November 23) = Jericho lost the World Heavyweight Title to John Cena.
- WWE Armageddon '08 (December 14) = Jericho was forced to submit to the World Champion, John Cena.
- WWE Royal Rumble '09 (January 25) = Jericho competed in the "Royal Rumble" Match, which was won by Randy Orton.
- WWE No Way Out '09 (February 15) = Jericho lost an "Elimination Chamber" Match to Edge, who won the World Title. John Cena, Kane, Mike Knox, & Rey Mysterio were the other participants.
- WWE Wrestlemania XXV (April 5, '09) = Jericho won a "Handicap Elimination" Match over Roddy Piper, Jimmy Snuka, & Ricky Steamboat.
- WWE Backlash '09 (April 26) = Jericho defeated Ricky Steamboat.
- WWE Judgment Day '09 (May 17) = Jericho lost to the WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion, Rey Mysterio.
- WWE Extreme Rules '09 (June 7) = Jericho won the WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, winning a "No Holds Barred" Match over Rey Mysterio.
- WWE The Bash '09 (June 28) = Jericho lost the WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, losing a "Title vs. Mask" Match to Rey Mysterio. Later on that night, Jericho & Edge won the WWE Unified World Tag-Team Titles, winning a "Triple Threat" Match over the Colons (Carlito & Primo Colon) and Legacy (Ted DiBiase & Cody Rhodes).
- WWE Night of Champions '09 (July 26) = Jericho & The Big Show retained the WWE Unified World Tag-Team Titles, beating Legacy (Ted DiBiase & Cody Rhodes).
- WWE Summerslam '09 (August 23) = Jericho & The Big Show stayed the WWE Unified World Tag-Team Champions, taking down Cryme Tyme.
- WWE Breaking Point '09 (September 13) = Jericho & The Big Show kept the WWE Unified World Tag-Team Titles, defeating Mark Henry & MVP.
- WWE Hell In A Cell '09 (October 4) = Jericho & The Big Show retained the WWE Unified World Tag-Team Titles, winning over Rey Mysterio & Batista.
- WWE Bragging Rights '09 (October 25) = Team Smackdown (Jericho, Finlay, Kane, Matt Hardy, R-Truth, & the Hart Dynasty) defeated Team Raw (The Big Show, Mark Henry, Kofi Kingston, Cody Rhodes, Jack Swagger, & D-Generation X (Shawn Michaels & Triple H)).
- WWE Survivor Series '09 (November 22) = Jericho lost a "Triple Threat" Match to the World Champion, the Undertaker. The Big Show was the other participant.
- WWE TLC '09 (December 13) = Jericho & The Big Show lost the WWE Unified World Tag-Team Titles, losing a "TLC" Match to D-Generation X (Shawn Michaels & Triple H).
- WWE Royal Rumble '10 (January 31) = Jericho competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by Edge.
- WWE Elimination Chamber '10 (February 21) = Jericho won the World Title, winning an "Elimination Chamber" Match over John Morrison, Rey Mysterio, CM Punk, R-Truth, and the Undertaker.
- WWE Wrestlemania XXVI (March 28, '10) = Jericho retained the World Title, beating Edge.
- WWE Extreme Rules '10 (April 25) = Jericho lost a "Steel Cage" Match to Edge.
- WWE Over The Limit '10 (May 23) = Jericho & The Miz lost to the WWE Tag-Team Champions, the Hart Dynasty.
- WWE Fatal Four Way '10 (June 20) = Jericho fell to Evan Bourne.
- WWE Money In The Bank '10 (July 18) = Jericho competed in a "Money In The Bank Ladder" Match, which was won by The Miz. Evan Bourne, Ted DiBiase, Edge, Mark Henry, John Morrison, and Randy Orton were the other participants.
- WWE Summerslam '10 (August 15) = Team WWE (Jericho, John Cena, Daniel Bryan, Edge, Bret Hart, John Morrison, & R-Truth) won an "Elimination" Match over The Nexus (Wade Barrett, Justin Gabriel, David Otunga, Skip Sheffield, Heath Slater, Michael Tarver, & Darren Young).
- WWE Night of Champions '10 (September 18) = Jericho lost an "Elimination" Match to Randy Orton, who won the WWE Title. Wade Barrett, John Cena, Edge, and Sheamus were the other participants.
- WWE Royal Rumble '12 (January 29) = Jericho competed in the "Royal Rumble" Match, which was won by Sheamus.
- WWE Elimination Chamber '12 (February 19) = Jericho lost an "Elimination Chamber" Match to the WWE Champion, CM Punk. Kofi Kingston, The Miz, R-Truth, and Dolph Ziggler were the other participants.
- WWE WrestleMania XXVIII (April 1, '12) = Jericho was forced to submit to the WWE Champion, CM Punk. The title could have changed hands on a disqualification.
- WWE Extreme Rules '12 (April 29) = Jericho lost a "Chicago Street Fight" Match to the WWE Champion, CM Punk.
- WWE Over The Limit '12 (May 21) = Jericho lost a "Four-Way" Match to the World Heavyweight Champion, Sheamus. Alberto Del Rio and Randy Orton were the other participants.
- WWE Money In The Bank '12 (July 15) = Jericho competed in a "Money In The Bank Ladder" Match, which was won by John Cena.
- WWE Summerslam '12 (August 19) = Jericho defeated Dolph Ziggler.
- WWE Royal Rumble '13 (January 27) = Jericho competed in the Royal Rumble Match, which was won by John Cena.
- WWE Elimination Chamber '13 (February 17) = Jericho competed in the Elimination Chamber Match, which was won by Jack Swagger. Daniel Bryan, Mark Henry, Randy Orton, and Kane were the other participants.
- WWE WrestleMania 29 (April 7) = Jericho fell to Fandango.

Title Summary:
- CRMW Tag-Team Champion w/ Lance Storm (10/17/1992 - 1/16/1993)
- CRMW Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Lance Storm (1/23/1993 - 2/1993)
- CRMW Heavyweight Champion (1/29/1993 - 2/12/1993)
- WWA World Tag-Team Champion w/ El Dandy (7/21/1993 - 9/01/1993)
- NWA World Middleweight Champion (12/07/1993 - 11/08/1994)
- CRMW Mid-Heavyweight Champion (1/14/1994 - 1/28/1994)
- CRMW Mid-Heavyweight Champion(2) (5/12/1995 - 5/26/1995)
- WAR International Junior Heavyweight Champion (6/04/1995 - 7/28/1995)
- WAR International Junior Heavyweight Tag-Team Champion w/ Gedo (2/23/1996 - 3/27/1996)
- ECW World Television Champion (6/22/1996 - 7/13/1996)
- WCW World Cruiserweight Champion (6/28/1997 - 7/28/1997)
- WCW World Cruiserweight Champion(2) (8/12/1997 - 9/14/1997)
- WCW World Cruiserweight Champion(3) (1/24/1998 - 5/17/1998)
- WCW World Cruiserweight Champion(4) (6/15/1998 - 8/08/1998)
- WCW World Television Champion (8/10/1998 - 11/30/1998)
- WWF Intercontinental Champion (12/12/1999 - 12/28/1999)
- WWF Intercontinental Champion(2) (w/ Chyna) (1/03/2000 - 2/27/2000)
- WWF European Heavyweight Champion (4/02/2000 - 4/03/2000)
- WWF Intercontinental Champion(3) (5/02/2000 - 5/08/2000)
- WWF Intercontinental Champion(4) (1/21/2001 - 4/03/2001)
- WWF World Tag-Team Champion w/ Chris Benoit (5/21/2001 - 6/19/2001)
- WWF Hardcore Champion (5/28/2001)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion (10/21/2001 - 11/05/2001)
- WWF World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ The Rock (10/22/2001 - 10/30/2001)
- WCW World Heavyweight Champion(2) (12/09/2001)
- WWF World Heavyweight Champion (12/09/2001 - 3/17/2002)
- WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion(5) (9/16/2002 - 9/30/2002)
- WWE "Raw" World Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ Christian (10/14/2002 - 12/15/2002)
- WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion(6) (10/27/2003)
- WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion(7) (9/12/2004 - 10/19/2004)
- WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion(8) (3/10/2008 - 6/29/2008)
- (WWE) World Heavyweight Champion (9/07/2008 - 10/26/2008)
- (WWE) World Heavyweight Champion(2) (11/03/2008 - 11/23/2008)
- WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion(9) (6/07/2009 - 6/28/2009)
- WWE (Raw) World Tag-Team Champion(4) w/ Edge (6/28/2009 - 7/26/2009)
- WWE (Smackdown) Tag-Team Champion w/ Edge (6/28/2009 - 7/26/2009)
- WWE (Raw) World Tag-Team Champion(5) w/ The Big Show (7/26/2009 - 12/13/2009)
- WWE (Smackdown) Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ The Big Show (7/26/2009 - 12/13/2009)
- (WWE) World Heavyweight Champion(3) (2/21/2010 - 3/30/2010)

PWI Achievement Awards: (4 wins, 2 1st RUs, 5 2nd RUs, 1 3rd RU)
- 2000 Most Popular Wrestler, 2nd Runner-Up
- 2000 Match of the Year, 1st Runner-Up (Jericho vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley)
- 2001 Most Inspirational Wrestler, 1st Runner-Up
- 2001 Most Popular Wrestler, 2nd Runner-Up
- 2001 Match of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Jericho vs. Rock)
- 2002 Most Hated Wrestler
- 2003 Match of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up (Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels)
- 2004 Feud of the Year, 2nd Runner-Up (Jericho vs. Christian vs. Trish Stratus)
- 2008 Feud of the Year (Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels)
- 2008 Most Hated Wrestler
- 2008 Comeback of the Year
- 2009 Wrestler of the Year, 3rd Runner-Up
- 2009 Most Hated Wrestler, 2nd Runner-Up