Chris Jericho makes $3,000 donation to Rico's GoFundMe account

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Chris Jericho has made a very generous donation to help former WWE superstar Rico recover from serious health issues.

Rico Constantino, who was released by WWE back in 2004, is currently in critical condition due to severe health problems, and a GoFundMe account has been set up to help raise funds for his medical costs.

The 54-year-old has two leaky heart valves and two blood clots, but that is not all. Rico is also suffering with traumatic brain issues, and he is hoping to reach around $10,000.


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As of writing this article, there have been 63 donations in the past two days, and so far, $4,093 has been raised, almost half of what Rico is aiming for.

The GoFundMe account has caught a lot of attention in the past day or two, and that's mainly due to Chris Jericho tweeting about the page and also making a sizable donation himself.

Jericho, under his real name Chris Irvine, donated a very generous $3,000 for the former WWE superstar, and has since tweeted about the donation page hoping it will attract some interest from the WWE Universe.

You can see Jericho's tweet below.

If you want to help Rico and help raise funds for his medical costs, you can do so by following this link and clicking here.

During his WWE career, Rico won two titles. He won the WWE Tag Team Championships alongside Charlie Haas, and then won the World Tag Team Championships alongside Hall of Famer Rikishi.

As for Jericho, he's currently enjoying a very hot run with WWE, with the majority of the WWE Universe feeling it's some of his best work in recent years.

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