It's only been a few days since he added another championship belt to his collection but Chris Jericho is making waves around the world again.
This time though, it's not for something he's actually done himself.
On Saturday night in Chicago, Jericho went head-to-head with Adam 'Hangman' Page to become the inaugural AEW World Champion.
And the WWE Grand Slam Champion was victorious thanks to his new Judas Effect manoeuvre, meaning that a big name will be holding the belt for AEW's debut on TNT next month.
Whether he has the original title belt though remains to be seen.
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A police report filed over the weekend by the Tallahassee Police Department stated that a 'championship belt' belonging to the victim - Jericho - went missing whilst he dined at Longhorn Steakhouse.
Jericho told the police that he left the belt inside his rented limousine whilst he ate, but the driver had to return to the airport as Jericho had picked up the wrong luggage.
In-between the time that had occurred and the driver returning to where Jericho was dining, Y2J's title had vanished from the limo, and it couldn't be found in either the vehicle or the airport.
It all seems to be a bit of a mystery as to what happened, but it doesn't seem to be a 'work' as some fans have speculated - they don't just file police reports for any old thing.
Jericho's spirits are seemingly still high though as he uploaded a video to social media last night, celebrating his big win whilst announcing that he's holding a 'worldwide investigation' into where his belt has gone.
AEW have also confirmed that the authorities are dealing with the incident - Tony Khan is going to have to shell out some more money for a new title if it really is gone for good.News Now - Sport News