Chris Jericho came back to Raw interestingly since his beatdown because of his previous companion, Kevin Owens.
Jericho claimed a measure of vengeance Sunday night when he appeared at Fastlane amid Owens’ Universal Championship coordinate with Bill Goldberg. Jericho occupied Owens sufficiently long for Goldberg to lance Owens before conveying a Jackhammer for the triumph.
After Owens and Jericho backpedaled and forward on the mouthpiece, Y2J tested the previous Universal champion to a match at WrestleMania 33. Owens concurred on the condition Jericho would put the United States Championship on hold, and Jericho obliged, per WWE:
Prior today around evening time on WWE Monday Night Raw, Chris Jericho tested Kevin Owens to a match at WrestleMania.
Owens proclaimed that he will just respond to his call if Jericho put the United States Championship on hold, which Jericho immediately acknowledged.
So it is currently official. Chris Jericho will guard the WWE United States Championship against Kevin Owens at WrestleMania 33 in Orlando.
Amid Jericho’s “Festival of Friendship” on Raw this past Monday, Owens turned on his gathered closest companion – energizing months of hypothesis that the match would part and face each other at WrestleMania 33.
Probably, Owens is vexed in light of the fact that Jericho acknowledged a test from Goldberg for KO’s sake, driving the Universal Champion to put his title on hold at Fastlane.
Be that as it may, whatever the reason, the separation was unavoidable – practically every fellowship from WWE history has finished in selling out.
Kevin Owens knows this superior to anybody. On the non mainstream players, he ascended through the positions joined forces with El Generico, better known to most people, unmasked, as Sami Zayn. With comparative begins on the Quebec autonomous scene, it was just normal, as they broke out into the US, that an organization would thrive.
What’s more, with it, a kinship. It’s hard, riding the streets and wrestling show to appear with somebody, to not move toward becoming companions, all things considered. This fellowship, this organization, it paid profits also, as two PWG and one ROH World Tag Team Championship rules. It was a bond that appeared to be unbreakable…
…until it was broken with a low blow and a seat to Generico’s head taking after a misfortune to the Young Bucks at Final Battle 2009. From that point onward, from ROH the distance to WWE (notwithstanding a passing blip in the 2013 release of PWG’s DDT4 label competition), one way or the other, they’ve been at each other’s throats, through chain matches, Fights Without Honor, step matches, and so on.
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