Per the stipulation, Jericho had to win the match with a move from the top rope, which led to the Demo-God attempting a number of high-flying maneuvers throughout the match. Jericho hit a cross-body, an axe-handle, and even reversed a hurricanrana into a Walls of Jericho, but ultimately got the “W” with a top rope Judas Effect.
This was Guerrera’s first match on TNT in over 15 years. The Juice competed regularly on WCW, where he had feuds against the likes of Rey Mysterio, Ultimo Dragon, and Jericho himself.
After the bell, Wardlow attacked both Juventud and Jericho. MJF proceeded to announce that Wardlow would be Jericho’s next opponent, and MJF himself will be ringside instead of on commentary. If Jericho wins, he will get his singles match with MJF as his fifth labor.
Chris Jericho Beats Juventud Guerrera – “Labour 4” Revealed