What Happened With Sammy Guevara & Chris Jericho After AEW Dynamite?

2 months ago by Ryan Coogan

What Happened With Sammy Guevara & Chris Jericho After AEW Dynamite? AEW

Details have emerged on what occurred between Sammy Guevara and Chris Jericho after this Wednesday’s (October 5) Dynamite went off the air.

Guevara was allegedly involved in a physical altercation with fellow AEW star Andrade El Idolo shortly before AEW Dynamite aired, which resulted in El Idolo being sent home.

El Idolo’s career vs mask match against Dark Order’s 10, which was scheduled for this Friday’s (October 7) live edition of AEW Rampage, was also cancelled.

Guevara kept his spot in the main event of Wednesday’s show, teaming with Chris Jericho to defeat Bryan Danielson and Daniel Garcia.

According to SEScoops, after their loss Bryan Danielson and Daniel Garcia shook hands and posed in the ring.

After the cameras stopped rolling, Sammy Guevara and Tay Melo kissed on the entrance ramp as the crowd booed them. The crowd then began chanting ‘Idolo!’ as the Jericho Appreciation Society made their way backstage.

AEW President Tony Khan than came out and reintroduced Jericho, who said the following:

“It’s a special night here for all of us in AEW. For all of you guys our third anniversary as a company. We started right here in Washington DC, how many of you guys were there that first night?

“I’ll never forget it, October 2nd, 2019, the 29th anniversary of my first wrestling match.

“And here we are three years later, I just had my 32nd anniversary of my first wrestling match and the reason why is because I still love pro wrestling.

“And the main reason for that is because of AEW. If AEW didn’t exist, I don’t think I’d still be wrestling and that is the truth.

“The reason why we did so good right out of the gate, why we are still doing right now is because of our fans.

“We started a revolution in 2019, and it’s just continued to grow and grow because we are all in this together.

“That might sound like some sappy bulls**t but it is not, it is the truth. I really feel that all of us are in this together.

“We’ve had ups, we’ve had downs, we’ve had everything in between. But the most important thing is, we do this for you and for people watching at home.”

He then said that AEW would be back in DC for many more anniversaries in the years ahead.

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