Falling In Reverse Singer Ronnie Radke Has Sights Set On Chris Jericho

Fallen In Reverse Singer Has His Sights Set On Chris Jericho

Falling In Reverse Singer Ronnie Radke Has Sights Set On Chris Jericho

The lead signer from Falling in Reverse Ronnie Radke made the news late last year as he got in a public feud with former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach during over how a laptop was used at a live show.

“As a band in 2022, you need your laptops. It’s like driving a car without an engine,” Radke said. 

This then had Sirius XM DJ Eddie Trunk go on social media and go on about live rock shows are not actually live in many ways, Sebastian Bach would later carry on before starting a lengthy back and forth conversation with Ronnie Radke.

Ronnie Radke is the boyfriend of AEW superstar Saraya. She joined in on the situation in an interview with Chris Van Vliet, “He’s an as*hole, I was so disappointed,” she said of Bach. “We didn’t realize how much Sebastian Bach was f*cking hated. This guy is a menace. He got into an argument with Chris Jericho at one point, like he is a menace.”

Saraya did a interview recenty with DJ Whoo Kid before this week's AEW Dynamite as she discussed the hope of having intergender matchups with Ronnie Radke hoping to be involved as he wants to face Chris Jericho.

“It writes itself,” she said of the possible angle. “Ronnie even wanted to become part of it. A storyline, do something against Chris Jericho. He’s such a good bad guy. He plays a very good bad guy, and people love to hate him. I feel they [Ronnie and Jericho] would have a good storyline. I would love to wrestle one of the guys. If I have to beat up Chris Jericho, Jericho would be up for it. He doesn’t care, he’s a very selfless worker. He’s a good guy. He’ll wrestle anybody and if he has to let somebody win, he’ll be like, ‘Absolutely.’ There is never an ego there. He just wants to help people. I’m like, ‘Let me beat you. Let me beat you up.’ I’m gonna beat the sh*t out him, he’ll be fine.”

When Ronnie Radke and Sebastion Bach where going back and forth the lead singer from Falling in Reverse had said wrestling had his back.

“I stand my ground and I just stand by what I believe in,” Radke told Detroit’s WRIF. “[Sebastian] was so rude; he’s rude. Some prominent people in music DMed me. It made me feel a lot better. I don’t wanna call them out. But they were on my side. Even some famous wrestlers — some huge legendary wrestlers — hit me up too. And they were, like, ‘He’s always been an as*hole.’ I’m, like, ‘What do you mean?’ I didn’t know this. I had no idea. He was, like, ‘Yeah. Look.’ And he shows me his screen[shots]. I’m, like, ‘God, he’s so rude to a lot of people. Oh my God.”