Chris Jericho Tells Axl Rose To Shut Up For ‘Strange’ Reason


Wrestling Inc. reports that recently on Talk Is Jericho, WWE Superstar Sami Zayn spoke with professional wrestling icon and Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho. During the show Jericho talked about the importance of staying in character. Also, Jericho and Zayn discussed PAC, formerly WWE’s [Adrian] Neville, and his recent return to the independent scene.

As Jericho and Zayn discussed that certain performers should not use social media in light of their characters, Jericho divulged that The Undertaker once sent him a smiley face emoji.

“I still feel strange whenever Axl [Rose] tweets,” Jericho admitted. “He shouldn’t be tweeting. It’s like The Undertaker sent me a smiley face emoji once. I’m like, ‘The Undertaker should not be doing that.”

It appears that Guns N’ Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed just made the list…for not being worthy of being in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. WWE wrestler and Fozzy singer Chris Jericho tweeted over the weekend asking why Dizzy Reed qualified for being in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but Bruce Kulick and Eric Carr didn’t get inducted with KISS. Dizzy Reed and Matt Sorum were the only non-original Guns N’ Roses members to be inducted with the band, but they were part of the Use Your Illusion albums and tour, a period where Guns N’ Roses were the biggest live rock act on the planet before they fell apart.

Chris Jericho tweeted, “No disrespect, but How the fuck is @DizzyReed in the Rock HOF for @gunsnroses and @brucekulick & @EricCarr_TheFox from @KISSOnline are not??? Explain that to me @RollingStone ??”

Popular SiriusXM rock radio host Eddie Trunk responded, “Because the Rock Hall reluctantly put Kiss in. Dizzy has been in G&R 28 years. He deserves it. How did Dio not going in with Sabbath? 4 albums! Beyond the bands that do or don’t get in, who from the bands the Hall selects is a mess also!”

KISS were snubbed from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for years, while Guns N’ Roses were immediately inducted after becoming eligible 25 years after the release of Appetite for Destruction in 2012.