However, one person who really cared about what went down on Sunday night was Chris Jericho. His misunderstanding of the way the match ended led to a physical confrontation backstage with Lesnar. He walked into the gorilla position and started asking Michael Hayes a series of questions about the incident. When Jericho was arguing with Hayes, Lesnar came through the door and instantly thought Jericho was talking about the just concluded match. The other version says that he told Y2J to shut up and mind his own business. The two got face-to-face and started exchanging words, with one version saying they were shouting at each other the whole time.
Not to sound advert, but does all that information about his tattoos really needed? Not to sound like a prick, but if you dont like it, shaddup. Maybe it's just me, but the section for Orton in the year just sounds too opinionated. Maybe a cleanup is in order?
Related: Gay guys reveal their first fictional character crush. So far, the thread has accumulated more than 80 comments, including tales of camp counselors, boys across the street, Freddie Prinze Jr. Here are some of the top-voted responses, edited for length and readability. In retrospect, Chris was probably just a very average college kid and, in fact, was perhaps a little dumb, but I worshipped him. It was a simpler time.
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