In the world of professional wrestling, Chris Jericho is well-known for his extraordinary abilities and endearing demeanor. The Canadian powerhouse, known as Christopher Keith Irvine, has influenced a wide range of entertainment industries and made a lasting impression on the business.
Along the way, he has given riveting performances for the WWE, where he became the first-ever Undisputed Champion, and he has demonstrated his versatility as the lead vocalist for the rock group Fozzy.
Not only can Jericho perform moves like the Lion Tamer in the ring flawlessly, but he also has the ability to constantly reinvent himself. In addition to his skill as a wrestler, he has shown himself to be a versatile person who can move effortlessly between various entertainment genres.
Agreements Regarding Non-Disclosure
Ace Steel’s attorney, Stephen P. New, and Chris Jericho, CM Punk, recently had a public social media debate. The non-disclosure agreements that all Brawl Out participants signed were at the center of the argument. Jericho claimed that he hadn’t signed any NDAs in connection with this. Stephen P. New retorted, pointing out that the AEW Employee Handbook contains a confidentiality clause.
Chris Jericho came under heavy fire from Nick Hausman of Haus of Wrestling for requiring people to sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). The former AEW World Champion blocked Hausman as a result. Hausman then invited Stephen P. New to talk about the developing situation on his podcast, Rumor and Innuendo.
Nick Hausman alluded to unreported problems in Chris Jericho’s past
In a viral clip from that podcast, Nick Hausman alluded to unreported problems in Chris Jericho’s past and made a comparison to Harvey Weinstein’s circumstances. Hausman implied in the video that there are unseen issues involving Jericho hurting people.
“I do think there are a lot of questionable stories about Chris that will find their way out over time when people are ready to tell those stories, that will cast him in a very different light,” he said, expressing discomfort with Jericho being praised without taking these purported stories into account.
Hausman expressed concerns about narratives shifting when someone is thought to be hiding potentially harmful aspects of their past, even though he made it clear that he is not directly comparing Jericho to Weinstein.
Chris Jericho and Kylie Rae
An older tweet that had received little attention at first was reposted by an anonymous account not long after that clip went viral. This tweet raised the possibility that Kylie Rae’s exit from AEW and a Chris Jericho incident were related. The tweet claims that Kylie Rae was invited to Chris Jericho’s room under the guise of someone else being there, but when she got there, it was just him. The tweet stated that she was distressed by Jericho’s uninvited approach.
Another tweet about women who were holding off on sharing their Chris Jericho experiences until a safer time afterward appeared after this one. As a response to the conversation surrounding the subject, Kylie Rae tweeted a heart emoji in response to this.
What caused Kylie Rae to quit AEW?
Tony Khan was questioned by Sean Ross Sapp regarding Kylie Rae’s AEW status during the All Out 2019 press conference. She had reportedly asked to be let go from the company, according to earlier reports, but at that point, there were no further details available.
Kylie Rae left AEW in 2019, and Tony Khan confirmed it. He said that Kylie Rae had asked to be released, and that request had been granted. The split was characterized as “extremely cordial.”
Tony Khan revealed the information, stating, “She is not with us anymore. Before the battle royal, we made a lot of announcements. She requested to be released, and we complied. She asked to be released from her contract over the phone. It’s actually quite easy. I asked her if everything was alright, and she replied that she simply didn’t want to work for the company any longer. We discussed it. It was really easy. Thus, yes.”