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DVD Review: Breaking The Code: Behind The Walls Of Chris Jericho

DVD Review: Breaking The Code: Behind The Walls Of Chris Jericho

by THE INFAMOUS JCITY™ 

A while back I had said that I was going to review this DVD, but never got around to it. I have a ton of DVDs/Blurays that I haven’t had the pleasure of viewing yet and this one has been sitting on a stack of PS3 games for a while now. I thought that maybe I should start going through my collection and begin reviewing shit, so why not start with “Breaking The Code: Behind The Walls Of Chris Jericho”. This DVD set includes 3 DVDs and over 9 hours of Chris Jericho, including an in-depth documentary, various special features and 2 DVDs full of matches spanning the course of his illustrious career. In this DVD review, my first DVD review by the way, I’m going to write about the documentary. I might do the matches at another date, I might not, but for now I’m going to pop this in and break the walls of Chris Jericho.

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How I Would Book It- Chris Jericho’s WWE Return By Tony Kegger

Where have all of the old school Superstars gone in the WWE? The last survivors of the Attitude Era are becoming extinct. Triple H rarely appears on TV anymore. The Undertaker is always away with injuries that magically heal right in time for Wrestlemania or Summerslam. Shawn Michaels is retired after a long career. Edge is retired due to his neck injuries. Goldust is out with an injury and may never come back. I watched a lot of WWE as a kid from 1999 to 2001 and there are not many Superstars left from my childhood. Only a handful remains: Mark Henry, Christian, William Regal, Big Show, and Kane. Does R-Truth count? I never saw “R-Truth” as a kid, but I do remember “K-Kwik”. Sure The Rock has come back, but unfortunately, The Great One is appearing on RAW only once a month. The good news is that one of the greatest WWE Superstars of all-time could return soon. He is a Superstar who I like more now than I ever did 12 years ago when he first debuted in the WWE. The man I am referring to is the best in the world at what he does…Chris Jericho.

Chris Jericho has been gone from the WWE since September 2010, but Jericho recently admitted he will return to the WWE at some point:

“When I come back to WWE, when [Dancing with the Stars] is done, we can continue right where we picked off. You can boo and cheer and yell.”

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