Recently on Talk Is Jericho, AEW's Chris Jericho welcomed WWE Hall Of Famer 'Diamond' Dallas Page to the show. During their conversation, Jericho talked about banned words in WWE.

As Jericho welcomed Page to the podcast, the former IWGP Intercontinental Champion mistakenly called Page's fitness program, DDPY simply 'yoga'. When 'DDP' corrected Jericho, 'The Ayatollah Of Rock 'N' Rollah' joked that Page sounded like WWE Chairman Vince McMahon with his prohibited words list.

First off, Jericho noted that a championship title should never be referred to as a 'belt'.

"'Hey Vince, I don't know if I should lose the belt.' [Imitating McMahon] 'The what?' 'Sorry, the title.'" Jericho explained, "you couldn't say 'belt' because a belt is what you use to hold up your pants."

In addition to establishing championship cummerbunds, McMahon has declared that fans are to called the 'WWE Universe' and definitely not 'marks'.

"You couldn't say 'fans' because it's the 'WWE Universe'," Jericho recalled. "And never say 'marks' because [imitating McMahon] 'they're not marks - they're our fans!'

Finally, Jericho shared that McMahon disliked the term 'job' and preferred saying 'favor'.

"And the other one is the 'job'," Jericho professed. "[Imitating McMahon] 'Uh uh. We do favors, not jobs.' The Vince verbiage!"

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Source: Talk Is Jericho