After the tragic events which took place during the final moments of Chris Benoit's life, WWE understandably removed anything they had to do with the Superstar.
The unforgettable events took place just over seven years ago, when Benoit murdered both his wife and their seven-year-old son before taking his own life.
Following this horrific incident, WWE distanced themselves entirely from anything related to Benoit, which despite being something many members of the WWE Universe have argued about, is something one of Benoit's closest friends agrees with.
WWE Superstar Chris Jericho put on some incredible matches with Benoit but has said that both of the DVDs of his which he is currently working on will not include any matches involving Benoit.
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Defending his point on his Podcast One show Talk is Jericho, Chris explained that he does not even want to watch the past matches including Benoit himself because of the awful crimes he committed in 2007.
Jericho explained: "You can't say the name Chris Benoit without thinking about that, at least I can't...I can't say I'm going to go and watch a Chris Benoit match now and not think about the fact he killed his wife and kid."
Hall of Fame
During his emotional explanation, Jericho added the point that when asked if he thought Benoit could ever go into the WWE Hall of Fame he said it was something which should never be done.
When supporting his view on the Hall of Fame, Jericho implied that it would be the same case for any WWE wrestler had they done what Benoit had done to his family.
Jericho added: "He could never go into the Hall of Fame. There's no way. How could you go up there and do a speech for him and a video package and ignore all that had happened?"
Having been criticised for the above with a WWE fan saying they 'thought Jericho would have had Benoit's back', Y2J defended his feelings in a professional and emotional manner while remaining honest about the tragic events involving Chris Benoit.
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