Chris Jericho joins Stryper for the cover of “Breaking The Law” by Judas Priest on the “Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager At Sea” cruise

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FOZZY wrestling leader and superstar Chris Jericho joined STRIPE on stage during the “Chris Jericho Rock ‘N’ Wrestling Rager At Sea: Triple Whammy” cruise at the end of October to sing a cover of the JUDAS PRIEST classic “Break the law”. Video footage filmed by fans of the performance can be seen below.

Back in July 2020, STRIPE‘s michael sweet came to Jerichodefense after Sebastian Bach accused FOZZYthe lead singer of using pre-recorded vocal tracks during live performances. At the time, Soft wrote on his social media: “You know, it’s funny, @chrisjerichofozzy has nothing to prove as a singer, wrestler or anyone. He’s been successful and made a name for himself. He’s pretty much too active than everyone I know and he’s also a great guy with a big heart. He’s also my friend. @stryper took him on stage to perform with us at @hobanaheim and I was honored to sing him on one of my solo songs a few years ago as well.

“My point? Chris is a very talented person and a down to earth human being. He doesn’t need anyone’s validation. He has made his mark and will continue to do so. He was at my wedding in 2010 and we sang on the dance floor to @bonjovi’s classic, ‘Living on a prayer’ – Remember this Chris? Good time.

“Anyway, I just wanted to say that Chris is man, and a good one at that. I love you buddy “.

In 2012, Jericho raised STRIPE while discussing his faith in an interview with Belief Net, which is described as “a large multi-faith electronic community that aims to provide a free forum for religious information and inspiration, spiritual tools, and discussion and dialogue groups.” He said: “I entered Christianity through Christian rock, which is another reason music has always been important to me; it is through STRIPE. And michael sweet and I have become very, very good friends.

“When I was in high school it was ambition and destiny. And my ambition was to play bass guitar in a Christian metal band. And I vividly remember having a band in which I was STRIPE. And here I am, whatever – 20, 25 years later – on stage singing with STRIPE. It blew me away. It blew my mind, man. I even said that on the microphone: ’25 years ago, I dreamed that I would play in STRIPE, and now I am. ‘

“I have been a Christian for years and years and years,” he added. “That’s how I got this far – always having God behind me. And I haven’t always been the best of Christians, but at the end of the day I know who’s boss. And he granted me two wishes, where if I died tomorrow, how much [other] people can say they did, and the answer is zero. How many people have been world champions in the WWE and had a record that was No.1 on the Billboard Graphics of heat seekers? I mean, there might be something new, but for a real band, I think I’m the only one; I think I am.”

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