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The Jericho Appreciation Society star admits the Blood and Guts spot was terrible

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Chris Jericho is a veteran of the wrestling business who has seen and done it all, he has participated in all manner of gimmicks from ladder bouts to Elimination Chambers, but this week he indulged in one of the most terrifying moments of his entire career. Were. ,

This week’s “AEW Dynamite” main event saw Jericho lead his faction in Blood & Guts as he competed against Eddie Kingston, Santana, Ortiz and the Blackpool Combat Club team. The match featured a variety of crazy spots, including broken glass, thumbtacks, and a variety of other weapons.

But for Jericho, it was taking the huge swing from the new AEW signing Claudio Castagnoli, the scariest of them all, with the crazy spot happening on the roof of the cage itself. The former AEW World Champion took to Instagram to comment on that special moment of the match.

He wrote: “The nuts don’t even come close to summarizing it….. one of the scariest moments of my entire career!! Even though the result was not what I was hoping for, #BloodAndGuts was a war through the ages and Was absolutely crazy! More importantly #AEWDynamite was the number one show on cable TV last night! Thanks to everyone who saw 12 gladiators crap with each other for an hour… @allelitewrestling @claudiocsro #JerichoAppreciationSociety”

The match ultimately ended in a loss to the Jericho Appreciation Society, despite the fact that they had the advantage, and Santana was legitimately injured as a man extra. Sammy Guevara was launched from the roof of the cell, crashing through several tables below, as the match ended on top.

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While Kingston locked Jericho in a submission, seemingly about to win, it was actually Castagnoli who secured the win for his team by forcing Matt Maynard to tap out.

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