Chris Jericho dealing with bruised larynx, Fozzy postpones concert dates

As a result of an injury that Chris Jericho suffered at AEW Quake By The Lake, Fozzy has to postpone concert dates

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The injury occurred at Quake By The Lake.

Fozzy’s 2022 ‘Save The World’ tour was scheduled to begin next week. The first two weeks have been postponed due to Chris Jericho dealing with a severely bruised larynx. Fozzy noted on their official social media platforms that the injury occurred at AEW Quake By The Lake. Jericho headlined that event against AEW World Champion Jon Moxley.

The injury is healing, but Jericho has not fully recovered and a specialist recommended that Fozzy postpone the early stretch of their tour. Those dates have been moved to spring 2023.

On August 10th during the Quake By The Lake AEW event in Minneapolis, Chris suffered a throat injury that left him with a severely bruised larynx. Unfortunately, even though the injury is healing and is NOT permanent, Chris hasn’t fully recovered and his laryngologist has recommended that Fozzy postpone the first two weeks of the Save The World tour (scheduled to start in Columbus on Sept 😎 in order to facilitate a full recovery as soon as possible.
The postponed shows have been moved to the Spring of 2023. The rescheduled dates can be found at

The next leg of the Save The World tour will now start on September 29 in Charlotte. Fozzy appreciates each and every one of you and we can’t wait to rock with you again at FULL STRENGTH very soon!!
– Chris, Rich, Billy, PJ & Grant
Jericho was present on the 8/31 AEW Dynamite. He took a running knee from Bryan Danielson ahead of their singles match at All Out.
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