AEW has a lot of things going on, and this week’s Dynamite went down in Columbus, Ohio. That included one stable splintering apart in the opening segment of AEW Dynamite.

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Chris Jericho and Don Callis’ new alliance caused a big problem with the Jericho Appreciation Society. Needless to say, they don’t appreciate the new alliance, and they opened up Dynamite this week with a mandatory meeting.

Daniel Garcia started out by saying that he can’t stand to look at Chris Jericho anymore, especially after he got hit in the head with a baseball bat last week. Then Jake Hager spoke up, as he said that it’s okay if they have to cut ties tonight. Then Hager said he liked that hat, but he doesn’t appreciate Jericho now.


Jericho tried to talk to his stable, but Tay Conti said that she feels sick, and she’s not even talking about her pregnancy. She then said she will go home and have her baby, come back and be a champion without his help. Then she quit before Anna Jay did the same.

2Point0 quit too, leaving only Sammy Guevara in the ring with Chris Jericho. The Spanish God said he’s not going to walk out on Jericho, because he always thought Jericho was his friend, and he’d return the favor for him someday. That was followed by Guevara saying that Jericho is going through a lot of things, and maybe if he changes his mind, he’ll be there.

Chris Jericho was left all alone in the ring as AEW Dynamite ended its opening segment this week, all alone. Now, it appears that the Jericho Appreciation Society is no more as well.

What’s your take on the Jericho Appreciation Society imploding? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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