Former WWE Star Praises Chris Jericho Learning Tree Character

Former WWE Star Praises Chris Jericho Learning Tree Character WWE/AEW

A former WWE star has spoken out to praise Chris Jericho’s recent ‘Learning Tree’ character in AEW, sharing his thoughts.

Current TNA Wrestling star and former WWE and AEW star Matt Hardy has weighed in on the ‘Jericho Vortex’ sharing his opinion.

Quoting a video from Chris Jericho in his full Learning Tree character mode, Hardy had positive things to say.

Matt Hardy wrote on Twitter:

“Incredible. @IAmJericho is an absolute master that understands the reality of the actual pro wrestling audience. Kudos to #TheLearningTree & @AEW for running with this.”

Chris Jericho has continued to grow his Learning Tree character as Dynamite recently saw the inaugural edition of ‘TV Time with Chris Jericho’.

In the segment, one explicitly stated goal of the aptly titled segment is literally to give more TV time to Chris Jericho, he has invited fans and others from the roster to join the ‘Jericho Vortex’ as he continues to poke fun at his detractors.

While Jericho was able to successfully recruit Big Bill and the Bounty Hunter Bryan Keith (who Jericho has seemingly rebranded as ‘the Bad Apple Bryan Keith’) he was unable to keep a hold over HOOK.

Instead it seems as though HOOK has joined forces with another veteran, Samoa Joe, as the two groups continue to feud.

Matt Hardy for his part is currently appearing in TNA Wrestling however has noted that he has not made any long term contractual agreements to any company yet, rather is vetting his options thoughtfully.

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