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AEW’s Demo God Chris Jericho has launched his own clothing line, Painmaker Apparel.
Jericho, who recently celebrated 30 years in the wrestling business, unveiled the collection on Wednesday (November 25) ahead of AEW Dynamite.
The collection is inspired by the time Jericho has spent in Japan during the past three decades and includes T-shirts, hoodies, jackets and track pants for men and women.
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Jericho first wrestled in Japan in the ’90s before making his return to NJPW in 2018 to face Kenny Omega at Wrestle Kingdom 12.
In a statement, Jericho said: “As I continue to expand the Jericho brand, a clothing line was the natural next step.
“But Painmaker Apparel is more than just a collection of great quality clothing with a rubber stamp design. Each item in this collection has been individually patterned and influenced by the 60 tours of Japan I’ve experienced over the last 30 years.
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“As a result, when you wear Painmaker Apparel, you’ll feel stylish, sassy and quite simply ….cool AF!”
Along with his Painmaker clothing line, Jericho also has his own brand of sparkling wine, ‘A Little Bit of the Bubbly’, which was re-released in October after selling out its first run.
On next week’s Dynamite, Jericho will face Frankie Kazarian during AEW’s special ‘Winter is Coming’ show which will also see Jon Moxley put his AEW Championship on the line against Kenny Omega.
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