Chris Jericho is one of WWE's greatest ever, but since jumping to AEW, he hasn't been afraid to tell it how it is.
Y2J has been very vocal about the Wednesday night ratings 'war' and sits firmly in Tony Khan's camp.
Would you expect anything less though? Probably not.
This week, Jericho has been speaking about his time in WWE once again and named 'the worst match he ever saw' while explaining why he doesn't want to work with 'old' talent anymore.
So, who has the dishonour of being the 'worst' Le Champion has ever seen? The Brothers of Destruction and DX, perhaps unsurprisingly.
"I didn’t want to work with Kane. I didn’t want to work with Hunter. I didn’t want to work with Shawn, Jericho told Busted Open Radio, per talkSPORT.
"I want to work with guys that were younger than me because it put you in a different position.
"The same thing in AEW. There will never be a Chris Jericho vs Matt Hardy match. Never! Never, never, never, because we’ve seen that.
"You put it on, suddenly, it’s just two guys that worked 20 years ago in WWE. That doesn’t make any sense. There might be a Chris Jericho-Sammy Guevara vs Matt Hardy and Darby Allin match."
After explaining why he wants to work with fresh talent in AEW, Jericho laid into that infamous Crown Jewel match from 2018.
"Okay, well, the worst match I ever saw - and here’s your clickbait - was Saudi Arabia; Triple H and Shawn Michaels vs Kane and Undertaker," he continued.
"That was such a stupid idea in the booking. It never should have happened.
"It should have been Shawn and Hunter vs Roman and Seth and Taker and Kane vs… I don’t know - give me two names of guys - Cesaro and Kevin Owens, whatever you want."
We're not arguing with you there, Chris.
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