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• Talk Is Jericho: Episode 83 – Justin Roberts & WWE’s The Miz...
• Talk Is Jericho: Episode 82 – Run-DMC’s Darryl “DMC” McDaniels...
• Newsday.com Interview: ‘I’m not a Long Islander’...
• Talk Is Jericho: Episode 81 – Nerdist’s Chris Hardwick...
• Talk Is Jericho: Episode 80 – John Morrison...
• Talk Is Jericho: Episode 79 – Adult Film Star Asa Akira...
• Talk Is Jericho: Episode 78 – WWE’s Hornswoggle...
• The Latest Episode of Talk Is Jericho: Episode 77 – Kevin Smith Pt2...
• Talk Is Jericho: Episode 76 – Y2J Says Bye to WWE & Kevin Smith Pt1...
• Night of Champions 2014 Results: September 21, 2014...
• WWE.com: Power Rankings: September 20, 2014...
• Talk Is Jericho: Episode 74 – The Hardy Boyz Pt 2 & Literary Experts Chey & SiSi Irvine...
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October 21st, 2014
Talk Is Jericho: Episode 83 – Justin Roberts & WWE’s The Miz

Y2J, The Miz, and Justin Roberts spent their last night of the WWE’s Australian tour sitting in Chris’ hotel room doing a podcast. It was 2am… they had an early morning, long-ass, flight back to the States – so they just stayed awake! It took 2 tries, but what they ended up with was a funny conversation filled with great wrestling stories, cool behind-the-scenes info, and the reason why Justin Roberts became a WWE announcer and NOT a wrestler! Sit back & enjoy being a fly-on-the-wall for this one!

You can listen to the interview by clicking here.

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October 21st, 2014
Talk Is Jericho: Episode 82 – Run-DMC’s Darryl “DMC” McDaniels

Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, part of the pioneering hip-hop group, sits down with Chris Jericho to talk Adidas track suits, Aerosmith and Rick Rubin, rappin’ over disco records, how comic books influenced his lyrics, “King of Rock,” the tragic and mysterious death of Jam Master Jay, drinking behind closed doors, and his new comic book series “DMC.

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October 12th, 2014
Newsday.com Interview: ‘I’m not a Long Islander’

Chris Jericho: “I remember we lived by the beach… I just remember playing “Wizard of Oz” with the kids on my block. That’s it. And there was an old lady who lived next door called Mrs. Beckman. And she was my babysitter and she had a son called Georgie. And Georgie used to give me comic books.” — Manhasset-born Jericho (son of former New York Ranger Ted Irvine) lived on Long Island only a couple of years before his family moved to Canada. But the pro wrestling champ, lead singer of the band Fozzy and former “Dancing With the Stars” competitor still was billed as being from Manhasset during much of his WWE career.

He’s an accomplished pro wrestler, the front man of a successful rock band, and a New York Times bestselling author. But, despite living in Manhasset until he was 4, there’s one thing Chris Jericho says he is not.
“I’m not a Long Islander,” said Jericho, whose Long Island memories are mostly limited to sitting on the steps of his house with neighborhood kids, and going to the hospital because he stuffed a Smarties candy up his nose.

“I think some people might know that I was born there, but it’s not like I ever really trumpet that. I remember in the mid-2000s Vince [McMahon] decided for some strange reason that nobody from Canada was allowed to be from Canada . . . so it was, ‘You’re from Manhasset, NY.’ But it didn’t feel real,” said Jericho, who grew up in Winnipeg. “I’m a prairie guy from Canada.”

Nevertheless, Jericho said he looks forward to returning to Long Island this Tuesday to sign his new book, “The Best in the World . . . At What I Have No Idea,” at the Carle Place Barnes and Nobles from 7 to 8:30 p.m..
Despite it being his third autobiography in seven years, Jericho said he had no shortage of stories to tell.
“All three books don’t have any fat in them. They’re all very, very good stories from page 1 to page 400. I even had to start cutting stuff in the third book, because I didn’t have enough room. So I’ve got 15 or 20 stories socked away for book four, if that ever happens,” said Jericho, adding that “Best in the World” may be his favorite of his three books. “It’s a little bit more diverse than the first two. I took a couple extra chances … I went into depth on my catch phrases and my entrance themes I had. It’s really cool in that it ties up all the loose ends of my previous books.”

“Best in the World” also gave Jericho the opportunity to recount what he considers to be the best work he ever did in his 25-year wrestling career — his 2008 feud with Shawn Michaels. Jericho said the intense rivalry, which was awarded Feud of the Year by both Pro Wrestling Illustrated and The Wrestling Observer, remains “the template” for a successful wrestling storyline.

“Wow, what a story. Every week there was something new and monumental and cool. We had perfect chemistry, Shawn and I. And the storyline was off the charts, especially after SummerSlam,” Jericho said, recalling the incident during which he legitimately punched Michaels’ wife in the mouth in a scripted angle gone wrong. “She really got punched. He and I were mortified about what happened, but in retrospect, it just took that angle to a completely different world. It was something you can’t plan . . . Obviously, it was the last thing either one of us wanted to happen. But she was OK, and we realized, that’s the best thing that could have happened.”
And while Jericho said he really believes he was “the best in the world” throughout much of his 2008-10 WWE run, he’s also candid about various times in his career when he came up short. That includes his much-hyped return to WWE in 2007 after a two-year hiatus.

“It was obvious when I came back that I did fall flat, for whatever reason, and I had to realize that and change it quick, or else I would have become a footnote, and afterthought,” said Jericho, who bounced back by transforming into a villain he says was inspired by Javier Bardem’s portrayal of Anton Chigurh in the movie “No Country for Old Men.” (Bardem won an Academy Award for his supporting role and the movie was named Best Picture.) “People would ask, ‘Why did you change to black trunks?’ ‘Why did you drop the countdown?’ ‘Why did you stop the catch phrases?’ ‘Why did you stop calling yourself Y2J?’ It was because I was letting everyone know that this was a change . . . I was changing my set list. I wasn’t going to be doing any more of my hits . . . And people would say, ‘We don’t like this guy. He’s nothing like Y2J. We hate it.’ And that’s what they were supposed to think.”

Jericho has since resurrected his beloved “Y2J” character, including during his brief return to the WWE over the summer. In July, Jericho wrestled in Madison Square Garden, the building where his father, Ted Irvine, spent much of his career as a left wing for the New York Rangers. And, when Jericho wasn’t in the ring, he was spotted by some fans watching the action from the arena floor.

“The reason I watch from there is that I like to hear reaction and see what the crowd is responding to and who they’re responding to. And you could watch that from a monitor in the back, but I don’t like to do that. I like to be in the arena as much as I can,” Jericho said. “The only way you can really feel it is to be out there.”
When he’s away from WWE, Jericho keeps busy pursuing his other passions, including recording and touring with his band Fozzy and hosting his podcast, Talk is Jericho.

“I like doing it because I like talking to people . . . To sit down with anybody for 45 minutes in this day and age is such a hard thing to do, because everybody’s walking this way and that way, going here and going there. So, to actually get to talk to Ace Frehley for 45 minutes or William Shatner for an hour or Triple H for 90 minutes — a guy I’ve worked with for 15 years and never talked 90 minutes with, ever — I really do enjoy doing it,” Jericho said. “And people enjoy it, because it’s a fly on the wall. The best podcasts aren’t interviews. They’re conversations.”


October 12th, 2014
Talk Is Jericho: Episode 81 – Nerdist’s Chris Hardwick

Chris Hardwick says being a “nerd” is NOT a bad thing! So Y2J & Hardwick let their nerd flags fly – and talked about everything from Dungeons & Dragons (guess who still plays) to Star Wars to comics. They traded William Shatner stories and impersonations; they shared thoughts and predictions about the new season of “Walking Dead”; and talked podcasting 101, as in how in the heck did Chris Hardwick get Tom Hanks, Morgan Freeman, and Arnold Schwarzenegger to guest on The Nerdist!? This one will make you laugh…might even make you cry.

You can listen to the interview by clicking here.

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October 12th, 2014
Talk Is Jericho: Episode 80 – John Morrison

Former WWE Intercontinental Champion John Morrison is giving everyone a lesson in parkour & high-flying ring style. He’s talking Tough Enough, CMPunk, ECW, WWE, Chris Benoit, erupting volcanos, Johnny Blaze, Y2J, and how he really feels about Jim Morrison & The Doors. Plus, John played Hercules this year too! We’ll hear that story, and the reason why he never turns down a match!

You can listen to the interview by clicking here.

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October 12th, 2014
Talk Is Jericho: Episode 79 – Adult Film Star Asa Akira

Y2J reads another chapter from his upcoming biography & this one involves Big Show and Santa Claus!! Plus, adult film star Asa Akira! It’s an honest-to-goodness, hilarious (and we admit, informative) PG-13 rated interview about the world of porn! Hear what led her down the path to porn, her experiences as a dominatrix, and what she does to stay “disconnected” from her onscreen co-stars. She even shares the price breakdown for various situations, and reveals the one thing she won’t do on film & why.

You can listen to the interview by clicking here.

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October 12th, 2014
Talk Is Jericho: Episode 78 – WWE’s Hornswoggle

Hornswoggle and Y2J hit on “Tommy Ball” with Tommy Dreamer and Edge, superfly splashing in the nude with Christian, Little People’s Court with DX, practical jokes with Great Khali, and “Wee LC” with El Torito! Plus… Leprechauns, muppets, Russian gulags, and Hornswoggle’s first job at Target!

You can listen to the interview by clicking here.

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September 28th, 2014
The Latest Episode of Talk Is Jericho: Episode 77 – Kevin Smith Pt2

It’s Kevin Smith part 2… and this time it’s all about “Return Of The Jedi,” “Dogma’s” poop monster, Kevin’s first meeting with Ben Affleck, discovering Jason Lee, his new flick “Tusk,” Kev’s top 5 favorite movies, best comic book superheroes, and one final (nearly unbelievable) story about hockey legend Wayne Gretzky.

You can listen to the interview by clicking here.

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September 25th, 2014
Talk Is Jericho: Episode 76 – Y2J Says Bye to WWE & Kevin Smith Pt1

He’s a pop culture lover, a film director, a die-hard hockey fan, a podcaster, a wanna-be Canadian, and now… he’s on TIJ! The long-awaited Kevin Smith sitdown finally happened and this is part 1! Stick talk (Kevin lingo for hockey talk), Degrassi talk (Canada’s version of 91210), Clerks talk, Kevin’s mad money moment, twinkies & Canadian Beer, the Canada of America, and the genius of Quentin Tarantino. And wait till you hear part 2…coming Friday!

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September 22nd, 2014
Night of Champions 2014 Results: September 21, 2014

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We go to the ring and out comes Christian to a big pop for a The Peep Show. Christian says he’s missed us a lot. He says tonight isn’t about him, it’s Night of Champions. Christian says one match has his interest tonight – Randy Orton vs. Chris Jericho. Christian brings out Jericho to the ring.

JBL, Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler are on commentary as Jericho comes out to a big pop. Jericho is excited to be on The Peep Show and even more excited to have Christian here. They jokingly argue about when they used to team together. Jericho apologizes for not wearing pants to The Peep Show. They start talking about Randy Orton and Orton interrupts on the big screen. Orton takes credit for Christian not being able to wrestle any more. Orton says when he’s done with Jericho tonight, the only TV show he’ll be able to appear on is Total Divas. Jericho says Orton’s show would be Total Jackass. Jericho fires back at Orton and tells him not to forget who he’s facing tonight.

Chris Jericho vs. Randy Orton

Back in the arena, Chris Jericho makes his way out to the ring, getting a big pop from the fans when he makes his way out with his light up jacket.

Randy Orton is out next, and he gets a bit of a pop, but it seems to die off pretty quickly as he makes his way to the ring. We get a recap of Jericho being attacked backstage by Orton on Raw a couple of weeks ago.

The bell rings and Jericho and Orton circle each other before Orton goes for a big right hand. Jericho counters, fighting back and backing Orton into the corner, burying his shoulder in Orton’s gut. Orton uses the ref as a distraction and gets in a couple of cheap shots that allows Orton to beat on Jericho in the corner with a couple of big uppercuts. Jericho chops his way out and sends Orton into the ropes, but eats a shoulder block. Orton hits the ropes and Jericho retaliates with a dropkick. Orton drops to the outside and Jericho hits a baseball slide. Jericho slams Orton’s head into the Spanish announcer’s table before sending him crashing into the ring steps. Jericho brings things back into the ring and he’s caught with a couple of sharp kicks from Orton. Orton sends Jericho into the corner and hits a running clothesline.

Orton runs into a big boot from Jericho in the corner. Jericho hits a couple of chops, and hits big boots after being sent into the corner by Orton. Jericho makes his way to the top, but he’s crotched when Orton kicks the top rope. Orton stalks Jericho in the corner, hitting him with a big right hand. Orton stands on the middle rope, then the top, superplexing Jericho off. Orton goes for the pin but only gets two.

Orton traps Jericho in a rear chin lock, cranking Jericho’s neck. Jericho is able to fight up to his feet and out of the hold, hitting Orton with another big chop. Jericho charges into the corner, but Orton sends him flying over the top rope and out to the floor.

Orton heads out to the floor and sends Jericho into the barricade repeatedly, then a backbreaker on the ring steps. Orton brings things back into the ring, only to head back outside shortly after. Orton picks up Jericho in a belly to back suplex, dropping him on the announcer’s table. Orton picks Jericho up and sends him back into the ring, going right back to the rear chin lock. Jericho fights out of the hold, and kicks Orton in the chest before chopping him repeatedly. Jericho hits a running forearm, then a shoulder block, then a flying neckbreaker that puts Orton down for two. Jericho kicks away at Orton in the corner, chops him, then sends him into the corner. Orton comes up with the quick powerslam out of nowhere and he gets a two count.

Orton goes for a knee drop, but misses. Jericho hits a knee to the face. Orton sends Jericho out to the apron, and Jericho stuns Orton, knocking him back. Jericho heads to the top rope, leaping off with a flying forearm to take out Orton. Jericho hits a bulldog, then tries for the lionsault, landing on his feet. Orton hits his signature backbreaker. Orton tries for the RKO, but Jericho pushes him away and hits the lionsault for a two count.

Jericho kicks Orton, sending him to the outside. Jericho heads to the apron and Orton heads inside. Orton tries for the suspension DDT, but Jericho gets his feet under him and tries for the walls of Jericho. Orton counters out, then sends Jericho head first into the corner, cracking against the ring post.

Orton stands over Jericho, then backs away, setting up for the punt. Jericho avoids the punt and rolls Orton up for two. Jericho catches Orton’s legs and turns him over into the Walls of Jericho. Orton refuses to quit, crawling toward the ropes. Orton reaches, but Jericho drags him back to the middle of the ring. Orton still won’t tap, grabbing Jericho’s ankle and countering out of the hold. Orton kicks Jericho to the outside. On his way back into the ring, Jericho is caught with the suspension DDT from Orton for a near fall.

Orton sets up for the RKO, backing away from Jericho and dropping to the mat. Jericho turns around and hits the codebreaker out of nowhere. Jericho pins Orton, but Orton kicks out at two.

Jericho heads to the top rope, waiting for Orton to stand before leaping off right into an RKO from Orton. Orton poses, then pins Jericho for the three count.

Winner: Randy Orton

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September 20th, 2014
WWE.com: Power Rankings: September 20, 2014
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Chris Jericho pulled off a big victory over Kane on Raw, but before Y2J can move up the rankings, he must first show us he can defeat Randy Orton at Night of Champions.
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September 20th, 2014
Talk Is Jericho: Episode 74 – The Hardy Boyz Pt 2 & Literary Experts Chey & SiSi Irvine

One of the greatest tag teams in wrestling history, The Hardy Boyz, real-life brothers Matt and Jeff, are back to talk Team Xtreme & Lita, the substance abuse issues that nearly ruined their careers and lives, comebacks and second chances, leaving WWE, joining TNA, and the indie wrestling scene. Plus, Literary Experts Cheyenne & Sierra Irvine are sharing some amazing book reviews and reading suggestions! And have you heard “Sandpaper” yet?

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