EVIL shattered a chair he placed around Jericho's neck, while he suffered a DDT onto announces tables, and later a Codebreaker from Y2J
- the final entrant - targeted Kevin Owens and eliminated Shelton Benjamin, before being eliminated by Braun Strowman.
With the likes of Michaels, Jericho, Umaga and Hardy in this match it's no surprise that we saw some incredible agility which included Umaga driving "Y2J" straight through one of the pods.
Mike Knox would enter next and dominate in the early going, but soon found himself caught out by an opportunistic "Y2J", who blasted the big man with a Codebreaker for the 1-2-3.
The three competitors battled it out with some thrilling action, including a top rope sunset flip by "Y2J" which ended up becoming a powerbomb to Mysterio.
Jericho match at SummerSlam that said Y2J
would lose before (http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/370137/20120803/chris-jericho-fozzy-summerslam-sin-bones-wwe.htm) going on tour with his heavy metal band Fozzy.
is going on the road with his band Fozzy and can't wrestle and tour full-time.
Even though Y2J
has influence in WWE, he actually enjoys leaving on a bad note, like in 2004 when he left literally kicking and screaming.
The GM set the night's main event as the number one contenders match, and to no surprise, Y2J
was unsuccessful in defeating the Mexican Aristocrat.
was taunting Guerrero until Ziggler snuck up from the crowd and hit Jericho with the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Citing PWInsider, Wrestling Zone wrote "Chris Jericho's band Fozzy is no longer being advertised to play the Uproar Music Festival on August 19th, making Jericho available to appear at SummerSlam." This means that a match between Y2J
and Money in the Bank winner Dolph Ziggler can be scheduled for SummerSlam, though it has not officially been set by WWE.
This departure will be the third time Y2J
has left the wrestling business to work with Fozzy.