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Kenny Omega shuts down Twitter feud with Chris Jericho

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The Twitter feud between future WWE Hall Of Famer Chris Jericho and current New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) mega-star Kenny Omega seems to have come to an end.

Jericho is arguably one of the greatest professional wrestlers to have ever stepped inside of the ring. "Y2J" has been in the business since 1990 when he began training; before going on to work for promotions such as Wrestling and Romance/Wrestle Association R and Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW).

He then landed a deal with World Championship Wrestling (WCW), who was WWE's greatest competitors of all time. Jericho used that platform to solidify himself as one of the greatest workers in the world in WCW's famed Cruiserweight Division where he reigned as champion.

After three years with WCW Jericho departed the company in favor of signing with WWE. He had one of the most memorable WWE debuts of all time as he interrupted The Rock's promo which led to an epic war-of-words between the pair.

From then on out Jericho would embark on a legendary WWE career that saw him win six World Championships, seven Tag Team Titles, two United States Titles, nine Intercontinental Titles, and a European and Hardcore Title reign each.

Now Jericho makes sporadic appearances on WWE TV while he balances the life of a rockstar, where he is the lead singer of his band Fozzy, as well as that of a professional wrestler. Jericho is very active on social media, and even got himself in a bit of a Twitter war with NJPW mega-star Kenny Omega.

Jericho responded to a fan that called Omega the best wrestler in the world, a statement he certainly did not agree with, and it all spiraled out of control from there. Omega put a stop to things by refusing to offer "Y2J" anymore "free publicity." Check out their exchanges here:

What are your thoughts on the Twitter feud between Omega and Jericho? Do you think there's a possibility that Omega could find his way to WWE in the future? And would the company consider doing a program between the pair now that they have stirred up a bit of a rivalry with one another online? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!

Check it out via this link: https://soundcloud.com/user-818579649/gms-wwe-podcast-money-in-the-bank-fallout

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