Fozzy to Perform Chris Jericho’s Entrance at All In

Chris Jericho Fozzy

AEW are looking to make Chris Jericho‘s All In entrance iconic, with his heavy metal band Fozzy set to play “Judas” live.

The former AEW World Champion has fronted Fozzy as their vocalist since 1999. Since then, the group has released eight albums, all while Chris Jericho has been active in the world of pro wrestling. Their most popular song, “Judas,” is what Jericho uses as his entrance music in All Elite Wrestling.

In a tweet sent today, Chris Jericho announced Fozzy’s plans for AEW All In weekend;

“Hey guys, Chris here and I’m just super excited about this weekend. Obviously, Fozzy are playing this Friday at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town. It is offically our highest-selling, biggest headlining gig of all time. Tickets are still available for that.”

“But the huge announcement is that Fozzy will also be playing at All In, in Wembley Stadium. That’s right, for the first time ever, I’m going to sing myself to the ring with Fozzy playing live. We are going to be playing Judas live for you at Wembley Stadium at All In.”

“So it’s going to be a huge weekend, not just for AEW, not just for Chris Jericho, but for Fozzy as well.”

This won’t be Fozzy’s first performance at a pro wrestling show, having previously performed a set on an episode of WWE Raw in 2002, but it will undoubtedly be their first performance at Wembley Stadium.

Chris Jericho is scheduled to face Will Ospreay in a featured match at All In.

How Long Has Chris Jericho Been Wrestling?

Chris Jericho has been an active professional wrestler since 1990, making 2023 his 33rd year in wrestling. His first recorded match was on the 2nd of October 1990 against close friend Lance Storm.