Earlier today, the Jericho Cruise, a semi-annual event Chris Jericho has hosted since 2018, announced the following matches for the voyage.
The Don Callis Family’s Powerhouse Hobbs, Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis vs. Chris Jericho, Paul Wight, and Mike Bailey
Jericho Cruise Oceanic Championship Title Shot
Michael Oku vs. Mike Bailey
Dante Martin, Darius Marin, and Action Andretti vs. Komander, El Hijo Del Vikingo, and Penta El Zeo M
Jericho Cruise Oceanic Championship Match
Matt Cardona (c) vs. Winner Of Match Between Michael Oku And Mike Bailey
On top of these matches, they have also confirmed the following talents as appearing.
Swerve Strickland, Orange Cassidy, Penta El Zero M, Don Callis, Will Hobbs, Kyle Fletcher, Mark Davis, Skye Blue, Daniel Garcia, El Hijo Del Vikingo, Prince Nana, Dante Martin, Darius Martin, Taya Valkyrie, Lance Archer, Trent Barretta, Rocky Romero, Komander, Abadon, Johnny Cruise, Nick Wayne, Action Andretti, Isiah Kassidy, Marq Quen, Aubrey Edwards, Christopher Daniels, Luther, Toa Liona, Bishop Kaun, Leila Grey, Alex Abrahantes, and The Outrunners
This past weekend at AEW Worlds End, Chris Jericho was met with loud boos, “NDA” chants, and more as he competed in eight-man tag team action. The reaction and chants likely stemmed from allegations that had popped up online after an alleged victim of Jericho’s shared a “heart” emoji in response to an X post bringing up previous allegations against him. AEW President Tony Khan was asked directly during the post-Worlds End press conference if Jericho had ever been internally accused of sexual misconduct and did not respond with a no, fueling further speculation.
Neither Jericho nor AEW has yet to address the allegations directly. Jericho did not appear on last night’s post-Worlds End episode of AEW Dynamite.