WWE superstar Chris Jericho has had his celebrated finisher copied by a victorious MMA star. Jericho’s version of a Boston Crab — “The Walls of Jericho” — was borrowed by Jonno Mears for his win over Aaron Jones at the Full Contact Contender 19 show in Bolton, England. The middleweight won his second pro fight...
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