Corazón de León

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Corazón de León
Corazón de León
Name Corazón de León
Real name Christopher Keith Irvine
Nicknames Lionheart, Y2J, The Best In The World At What He Does, many others
Name history Chris Jericho, Lion Do, Last Survivor, León de Oro (Mexico debut), Corazón de León (Mexico), Super Lyger (NJPW), Lion Heart, Lion Do, Doink The Clown
Family
Maestro(s) Stu Hart, Ed Langley, Keith Hart
Birth date, location November 9, 1970 - Manhasset, New York
Obituary date
Debut, location October 2, 1990
Lost mask to
Height 183 cm/6'0"
Weight 103 kg/226 lb
Signature moves Walls of Jericho aka Lion Tamer, Breakdown, Codebreaker, Lionsault, Silver King Dive, Tiger Suplex, Enziguiri, Tiger Driver, Powerbomb, Spinning Wheel Kick, Dropkick
Titles: CRMW Heavyweight Championship, CRMW Tag Team Championship (w/Lance Storm), NWA World Middleweight Championship, ECW World Television Championship, WCW Cruiserweight Championship (4), WCW World Television Championship, Undisputed WWF Championship, World Heavyweight Championship (2), WWE Intercontinental Championship (9), WWE World Tag Team Championship (5) (1 w/Chris Benoit, 1 w/The Rock, 1 w/Christian, 1 w/Edge & 1 w/The Big Show), WWE Tag Team Championship (2) (1 w/Edge & 1 w/The Big Show), WWF European Championship, WWF Hardcore Championship, WAR International Junior Heavyweight Championship, WAR International Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship (w/Gedo), WWA World Tag Team Championship (w/El Dandy), Copa Campeon de Campeons (1995)
Wrestling Observer Hall Of Fame Member


Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
93/05/30 hair Corazón de León Cro-Magnon Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
98/02/22 mask (1) Chris Jericho Juventud Guerrera Cow Palace - San Francisco, California, USA
03/08/18 hair Chris Jericho Kevin Nash Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
(1) Mask vs. Title match


Gallery

1993
Y2J
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as Super Lyger
as León de Oro
WWA World Tag Team Champions


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