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Chris Jericho Not Interested in Reviving His Old WWE Theme Song

Chris Jericho, the pro wrestling icon with a career spanning over three decades, is making headlines for his resolute stance on not covering his beloved WWE theme song.

Having graced the WWE ring for several years and earning his spot as one of the company’s absolute best, Jericho’s entrance music, ‘Break The Walls Down’ by Jim Johnston, became an instant fan favorite.

A curious fan took to Twitter to inquire whether Jericho or his band, Fozzy, had ever contemplated covering the iconic ‘Break The Walls Down’ theme song. Jericho’s response was crystal clear and unapologetic: “No interest. Not our song or my style of singing. Plus, the original was awesome as is!”

In recent wrestling action, Chris Jericho teamed up with Kenny Omega, Paul Wight, and Kota Ibushi to take down The Don Callis Family in a thrilling Like A Dragon Street Fight on AEW Dynamite. Wrestling fans are now eagerly awaiting what’s next on the horizon for this wrestling legend. Stay tuned for more fiery action!

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November 18, 2023 6:48 am

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