Chris Jericho is one of the WWE’s greatest wrestlers of all time, with six world championships to his name and a boatload of legendary matches under his belt.
But how is he with spicy food?
Find out on “Hot Ones” as the “The Man of 1,004 Holds” faces the wings of death with Sean Evans, sharing wrestling BTS tales and top-shelf Bruce Willis anecdotes along the way.
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New episodes of “Hot Ones” air Thursdays at 11 a.m. ET on First We Feast’s YouTube channel.
NOTABLE JERICHO QUOTES
On the top trash-talkers in WWE history:
“Obviously Rock has to be in there, Steve Austin was a great talker for sure. Cena’s really good, but sometimes he gets a little bit immature…”
On pop-culture figures that would make a good heel in WWE:
“I loved Dwight Schrute in ’The Office,’ just being a f*cking assh*le… Not tough, but just that guy you’re just like ‘This guy’s just a jerk.’ That’s a great character [for] wrestling or anything. You have to fall into the character, become the character.”
On real WEE rivalries:
“Triple H. In 2002, we didn’t like each other. I think we were almost pitted against each other in a lot of ways. We had great chemistry, great matches…I just didn’t like him, he didn’t like me, and there was no falseness. Now I love him. Great guy."
On wrestling in Japan vs. U.S.:
“When you first go there, you’re like, ‘Do I suck? Why is there no reaction whatsoever?’…They’re respectfully watching because, to them, it’s a real craft.”
ABOUT FIRST WE FEAST
Founded in 2012, First We Feast views food as an illuminating lens into pop culture, music, travel and more through its innovative mix of videos and feature stories.
Its YouTube channel is home to flagship shows “Hot Ones,” “Food Skills” and “Sean in the Wild,” has 2M subscribers and over 204M views to date. First We Feast received the 2014 James Beard Award for Best Food Blog.
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