Wake Up Vince McMahon: No One Likes This Chris Jericho!

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Wake Up Vince McMahon: No One Likes This Chris Jericho!

It's an almost weekly thing now that Chris Jericho struts down to the ring in his suit with that stupid short hair that makes him look like a ten year old and bores us all by insulting the fans and saying when he is morally right.

I don't mind the insults, it's what every heel character does, but can't Vince see how boring this Jericho has become?

He has destroyed a legendary character.

With this Jericho, it will be nigh-on impossible to get the fans to buy back into the long-haired, funny, and popular Chris Jericho. He was popular even when he was heel.

I fear we will never again see the Y2J who came out every week and mocked Stephanie McMahon's breasts, or the Y2J who could go toe to toe with The Rock on the mic, or the Y2J who locked in the Walls of Jericho, and had kids all around the world doing the same.

The Walls of Jericho was always the move I tried to put in on my friends, and the move I most feared being put on me. Even those who didn't watch wrestling knew about the Walls of Jericho.

Yes, it was just a glorified Boston Crab, but we didn't care. The People's Elbow was simply an elbow drop, yet it dispatched the likes of The Big Show and Triple H.

Now, the Walls of Jericho seems to be simply a prelude to The Codebreaker. I can't remember the last time I saw someone tap out to the former ultimate submission move.

Nor can I remember the last time I saw Jericho making a joke, or displaying the quick wit which made him such a great performer.

I want to see the long hair, the trousers, not these stupid trunks that further his image of a ten year old, and the character of Y2J return to the ring.

Just watch some clips of the old Jericho and tell me you disagree!

So Vince, please wake up and save us from this boring, annoying Jericho before it is too late.

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