Notes on Chris Jericho and Velvet Sky

Jul 17, 2021 - by James Walsh

– During her appearance on WINCLY, Velvet Sky spoke about her recent role with NWA and how much she has enjoyed it. Here’s what she had to say:

It really is a breath of fresh air. Everybody gets along so well. From the girls’ locker room to the guys to management everyone works hard together as a family. I look forward to going there. There is no catfighting or fighting among the girls. They are bringing in new girls all the time with some mainstays too. No jealousy or whispering. It’s just based on mutual respect with one another with etiquette, core values. I feel like a lost art in this industry nowadays.

– This past Wednesday’s episode of AEW Fyter Fest night one saw Pinnacle member Shawn Spears attack top superstar Chris Jericho with a steel chair backstage, with Jericho’s current rival MJF later appearing to tell the Demo God that he’ll be taking on Spears on next week’s show.

According to the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, this segment was actually pre-taped as Jericho was performing with his band Fozzy at a sold-out show in Iowa City. This marked Fozzy’s first concert outside of the controversial Sturgis Rally last year that saw a spike of COVID-19 cases.

Jericho later shared a photo from his concert on Instagram, which you can check out below.

3 Responses

  1. Alan Maynor says:

    And what proof do u have there was a spike at sturgis? Cnn? Fauci? Sad to include that when it has nothing to do with the actual article

  2. Pisto75666 says:

    The source was probably a little thing called the CDC. You anti vax idiots trigger so easy!

  3. DB says:

    @Pisto75666 The source wasn’t the CDC. It was the IZA Institute of Labor Economics on behalf of the Deutsche Post Foundation which founded it. Their organisation mission statement will clue you in to the politics they favor.

    And in light of changed methodologies to testing via polymerase chain reaction in late January this year reducing false positives (see and poor correlation data in the study, I’m also sceptical of the results.

    And I agree with @Alan Maynor on the point it has nothing to do with Fozzy’s current tour. Let’s stick to wrestling related topics please.

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