Notable Ring Names: Christian, Christian Cage From: Kitchener, Ontario, Canada Born: November 30th, 1973 Works For: WWE Debut: September 27th, 1998 Mini Bio: Christian made his wrestling debut back in June 1995, and was signed to a WWE contract in 1998. He made his first appearance in the WWE on September 27th, that same year, at Breakdown: In Your House, distracting Edge whist in a match against the late Owen Hart. Soon, he would win the Light Heavyweight Championship in his very first match. Down the line, Christian would team up with Edge and along with the Dudley's and Hardy's change the face of tag team wrestling. In 2005, Christian joined TNA wrestling, cementing his legacy as a main eventer, winning the NWA World Heavyweight Championship on two occasions. Four years later he would return to the WWE. In 2011, at Extreme Rules, Christian would lay claim to his first World Heavyweight Championship in the WWE, which had been vacated due to Edge's retirement. Christian has continued to cement his legacy by winning both the World Heavyweight and Intercontinental Championships once more. Who knows what could be next for Christian, but one thing's for sure, it will be an instant classic!
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In this edition of the podcast, we welcome former WWE Heavyweight Champion Christian to the program. The WWE will be in Toronto this weekend for Survivor Series. We talk about Goldberg vs. Lesnar, his TV show, wrestling today, among other subjects.
Talk Is Jericho Live At Caroline’s with special guest Christian may or may not contain one or more of the following: an impromptu 5-second pose, some mad skillz kazoo playing, a Jack Lanza impression, something about a “Creepy Little Bastard” t-shirt, travel tips from Owen Hart, The Vampire Kids gimmick details, the truth behind the wrestler’s handshake code, a story about a ladder match gone wrong, and the greatest rivalry of the Attitude Era!
This is the live edition of Talk Is Jericho that featured Christian, back in August, so if you haven’t already listened to the interview in full, be sure that you do. This is definitely one that shouldn’t be missed!
Edge & Christian totally reek of awesomeness on TIJ! They’ve got stories about the TLC matches that made them a household name in WWE. Stories about tag teaming with Y2J. Stories about the 5-second pose and comedy bits on RAW. Stories about retirement and injuries. Stories about the “Haven” SyFy show set. Stories about Nova Scotia and Stephen King. And stories about their new sketch comedy show on the WWE Network, “The Edge & Christian Show That Totally Reeks of Awesomeness.” Rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it?
Christian learned early that he would need to make a big statement if he ever hoped to step out of the shadow of Edge. After cutting ties with his longtime friend in 2001, he introduced an entrance theme to define him as a singular Superstar. To hammer home the point, the Canadian competitor employed a choir in his signature song to proclaim, “At last, you’re on your own!”
The tune shifts suddenly to heavy metal riffs, reminding the WWE Universe to take Christian seriously. Yet, the song leaves a haunting final impression when a maniacal opera singer screams, “Il mondo è mio!” — an Italian credo that translates to “The world is mine!” and fit Christian perfectly. — MATTHEW ARTUS
#9. The Brood — “Blood”
With their affinity for pirate shirts and a stylized entrance that saw the trio rise up through a ring of fire as if they’d just taken an elevator from hell, Edge, Christian and Gangrel brought a gothic cool to WWE at a time when Hot Topic stores still seemed kinda dangerous. But it was the trio’s theme — with its lurching church organ and moaning wah-wah guitars — that pulled the whole thing together. Stalking to the ring in time with the music, the creeping Brood in red-stained clothing nearly convinced audiences that “Blood” was the last thing they’d ever hear. — RYAN MURPHY
It’s WrestleMania! Booker T celebrates with a special edition of Heated Conversations as he gives his predictions for WM31. Then Booker welcomes WWE Superstar Christian on to talk his WrestleMania experience. Plus, Alex Riley joins the show to talk about his return to the ring after two years and who his dream WM opponent is! Booker also gives Roman Reigns a last bit of advice before he takes on the Beast, Brock Lesnar!
On June 26th 2012, while promoting the WWE Smackdown taping Evansville, Indiana, Christian stopped by the 99.5 WKDQ radio studio. The interview taken from that appearance, as well as a few candids and even a short video, as well as captures taken from the video, can all be viewed below.
WWE’s Christian and Snooks – together in one room with Y2J moderating! Oh man… first-time together in 20 years! Will it be friends or fistacuffs? Plus, Chris talks to Scorpions guitarist Matthias Jabs about the talkbox solo in “The Zoo,” his favorite guitar solo, the Berlin Wall & “Winds Of Change,” learning to speak English, and the fighter jets that buzzed the US Festival crowd in 1983.