Swerve Strickland reveals who first helped him after coming to AEW

"It's because he was doing commentary and my debut was on "Rampage"

by Sead Dedovic
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Swerve Strickland reveals who first helped him after coming to AEW
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Swerve Strickland enters the year 2024 with huge motivation and ambitions, just like before. His career is marked by great things and great climbs. Looking at his career, we can't help but see how much passion and love Strickland has always wrestled with. He never hesitated to ask for advice from his colleagues. This is the main reason why he is so successful. However, speaking to The State Of Florida Sports Podcast, Strickland revealed that Chris Jericho was the first person to help him after he arrived in AEW. Strickland is not the only one who praised Jericho in this way. Chris is known as someone always ready to help, regardless of the circumstances.

"The first person that came up to me and really like nitpicked things in the best ways that you could was Chris Jericho, it's because he was doing commentary and my debut was on "Rampage,"- Strickland said, as reported by wrestlinginc.com

Swerve Strickland on Chris Jericho

Swerve Strickland said that when someone gives him good advice or tells him something important, he listens carefully and tries his best to follow it. He thinks it's really awesome to have the trust and respect of someone like Chris Jericho. Strickland really likes the way Jericho does things, and he tries to copy him because he believes it helps him get better at wrestling.

Jericho is a person who has made huge successes in his career, so it is not surprising that Strickland and many others look up to him and want to become like him. The successes in his career speak volumes about Jericho! Strickland hopes that he will have the opportunity to learn a lot more in the future and become the best version of himself.

AEW leaders certainly have great plans for him in the coming period. Strickland could have an even more important role.

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