Early during this hourlong look at his career, WWF superstar Chris Jericho sums up both his charismatic appeal and that of pro wrestling. He explains that while he was growing up in Canada, he wanted to be both an actor and a hockey star. He watched a lot of wrestling because the phenomenon mixed both of these professions together. Indeed, during his brief career in the WWF, it's tough to figure which the legions of Jericho fans (deemed Jericho-holics) enjoy more: the wrestler's flashy, high-flying moves in the ring, or the brash, constantly hilarious trash-talking outside of it. Both sides are perfectly captured here. Fans get bone-crushing footage of his numerous battles with Chyna, his stoic-faced rival Chris Benoit, and the bloody Last Man Standing match with Triple H. But perhaps most enjoyable are the montages of Jericho simply running his mouth. So funny are these rants that the video explains how Jericho went from starting his career as a WWF "heel" to becoming one of the most popular icons in the business: he's simply too enjoyable not to like.
The documentary also underscores the differences between the wrestlers and the characters they play. Behind the scenes, Jericho is soft-spoken and laid-back, almost geeky in showing us his CD collection and gushing when talking about how lucky he's been. Those wanting to see how Jericho became popular in the WWF, and how he acts outside of it will love the aptly titled Break Down the Walls.
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