As previously reported, just days after Chris Jericho’s historical AEW World Title win at last Saturday night’s AEW All Out PPV Event against “Hangman” Adam Page, his AEW World Title belt was allegedly stolen while he was having his dinner at a Longhorn Steakhouse in North Monroe Street in Tallahassee, Florida.
According to an incident report that was listed by a local police blotter in Tallahassee, Florida, the alleged crime is being called as grand theft and Chris Jericho is listed as the victim – Christopher “Jericho” Irvine.
It was noted by PWInsider.com and Bryan Alvarez that the alleged theft happened last Sunday and that there is no word yet on AEW’s course of action and what they do in these types of situations and incidents, but that the company does have a second title belt.
There have been rumors and speculations going around that AEW might not have a title belt when their first-ever show on TNT debuts on Wednesday, October 2nd as it takes at least 6-8 weeks for a new title belt to be created, but that wouldn’t be a problem if the company does have a second title belt.
A fast-food chain named Arby’s, which often tweets about things that are happening around The WWE and AEW recently took to Twitter and said that they heard that the AEW World Title belt was stolen by some Judas and that they have a lot of cardboard if ever Chris Jericho wants a new title belt.
You can check out Brian Alvarez and Arby’s tweets below:
They have a second one. https://t.co/MZOWCM6RzS— Bryan Alvarez (@bryanalvarez) September 3, 2019
Hey @IAmJericho, heard some Judas stole your championship belt. We've got plenty of cardboard… want a new one? https://t.co/V5ErXedVjI— Arby's (@Arbys) September 3, 2019