Chris Jericho’s contributions as a professional wrestler are well known. For the past three decades, he has competed in many campaigns around the world. Jericho is proud to work for AEW and is not afraid to express it. Because Jericho is an experienced pro wrestler, he does not say what his opponents have to say.
AEW and Dan Lambert’s working relationship continued after the one-off appearance they had first agreed to. Now the American Top Team does AEW programming frequently. Dan Lambert’s promotional abilities are worth studying for anyone who wants to learn how to get heat.
Some AEW stars have reportedly been offended by the homophobic lines featured in the AEW TV promos. After asking who was the ‘Top’ on the American Top Team in the September 15 edition of Dynamite, Jericho faced a setback from fans. Fans have accused Jericho and Lambert of being homophobic for some of the phrases in the promos.
Sean Ross Sapp mentioned a Fighting Questionnaire The incident that alerted them to a number of people backstage. He was quite dissatisfied with those homophobic comments. Sapp said he was not sure if those issues were passed on to management.
They tell me that. I don’t know if they say that to Jericho, Lambert or Tony Khan. But they tell me. ‘Hey did you say anything to this guy?’ If I mention that, they won’t say anything again, so it’s been said to me, but I don’t know if it was said out loud.
AEW has a diverse roster with several LGBTQ + stars. This includes Anthony Bowens and Nyla Rose, both of whom have expressed their displeasure over the recent vitriol received by fans at events. Fans are outraged with all these homophobic scenes surrounding AEW.
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