Chris Jericho underwent noticeable weight gain in 2020. The legendary wrestler, however, worked hard and followed the prescription of a dietitian for his incredible body transformation in 2022. Know how Chris Jericho made his weight loss journey possible. In addition to his weight loss secret, know about Chris Jericho’s match with Eddie Kingston on tonight’s AEW Revolution pay-per-view.
Christopher Keith Irvine, best known as WWE Superstar Chris Jericho, is a Canadian wrestler and musician who is presently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW), where he was just crowned the first-ever AEW World Champion.
Jericho is well-known for his more than a decade of devotion to WWE, where he was regarded as one of the greatest in-ring performers in WWE history by the WWE Universe.
With his surprise WWE returns and storylines with the greatest WWE icons of all time, Jericho has entertained his fans.
Chris Jericho was a member of several wrestling organizations throughout his career, including Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), World Championship Wrestling (WCW), and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), where he held the titles of Undisputed WWF Champion once, WCW/World Champion twice, World Heavyweight Champion three times, and Intercontinental Champion nine times.
In WWE history, Jericho is the ninth Triple Crown Champion and the fourth Grand Slam Champion.
Chris Jericho’s Weight Loss: How Did The AEW Wrestler Lose 20 Lbs in Just a Month?
On the internet, there has been some discussion over Chris Jericho‘s weight loss. However, we saw that no one has compared his before and after pictures.
So we had to compare them, so we went to Chris Jericho’s Instagram (@chrisjerichofozzy) to see what we could find out. We also discovered a June photo of the 51-year-old in which he appeared to be in need of weight loss. However, the wrestler appears to have lost weight in recent images.
When we looked into Jericho’s weight loss, we discovered that he was heavily influenced by bodybuilders. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tom Platz, Dorian Yates, Cory Everson, and Rachel McLish were among his favorite bodybuilders, and he enjoyed reading Muscle & Fitness.
The wrestler gained a ton of weight in 2020. If you’re a fan of his stuff at AEW, you’ll understand exactly what we’re talking about. And Jericho has admitted that he did it because he was tired of eating the same cuisine at the building every week. So he’d go to Cracker Barrel ‘Momma’s Pancake’ breakfast, where he’d order turkey sausage patties and eggs, as well as the fried apple.
People noticed that the wrestler had lost weight. The wrestler’s weight loss program has been the subject of much speculation. Chris also revealed that he obtained the advice of a dietitian.
The nutritionist also recommended that he eat pre-made meals throughout the day, as well as high-protein snacks. Then he was told he could have one free protein-rich meal, such as eggs, chicken, or salmon.
Chris dropped roughly 20 pounds (9 kilograms) after following the diet in about a month. We believe Jericho has stayed on track with his diet as of 2022. When comparing his before and after images, he appears to be in better health and shape.
AEW Match Preview: Chris Jericho Vs Eddie Kingston
Eddie Kingston faces Chris Jericho in a one-on-one match at the AEW Revolution pay-per-view (PPV) in Orlando, Florida tonight (Sunday, Mar. 6, 2022).
Eddie Kingston has recently become a pain in Chris Jericho’s side, as his connection with Santana and Ortiz has caused friction among Jericho’s Inner Circle team. Kingston is attempting to convince them that Jericho only cares about himself and is only using them to help him maintain his AEW dominance.
These rising tensions resulted in a face-to-face confrontation between Jericho and Kingston, resulting in a match at Revolution. In front of Eddie, Jericho flaunted his career success and longevity while implying that Eddie is a failure who will never win the big one.
Chris may be leaning in the wrong direction here, but his talking points were spot on. Kingston has never won a pay-per-view match in his AEW career. This includes defeats to Miro, Jon Moxley, CM Punk, the Young Bucks, and other significant opponents.
Eddie even told CM Punk last year that he didn’t care if he won their match, proving Jericho’s thesis that Eddie is frightened of success and knows he can’t win the big one.
Eddie makes it clear to Chris that he will not be attending Revolution with the Mimosa or the cardboard Jericho. Kingston hopes to defeat Chris Jericho, the first AEW world champion.
Jericho promised to bring the greatest version of himself to Revolution, and given his recent bodily makeover, it’s easy to trust him.