Chris Jericho is clearly a man of many talents, and all wrestling fans already know that.
He's a multi-time world champion, a first-ballot WWE Hall of Famer, and also a rockstar with his band Fozzy.
Add to that he's also the current All Elite Wrestling World Champion at the age of 49, things are going pretty well in Y2J's life right now.
In October 2018, a full year before AEW first started broadcasting live on TNT, Jericho hosted the first ever 'Rock 'N' Wrestling Rager at Sea'.
It was a cruise ship that sailed from Miami to The Bahamas, and it featured an array of wrestling talent as well as rock music performed by Fozzy and Corey Taylor, leader of the band Slipknot.
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Wrestling-wise, the 2018 sailing featured the likes of Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, Cody Rhodes, and legends such as Rey Mysterio, Mick Foley and Jim Ross also made guest appearances and mingled with wrestling fans.
This year's sailing though, which set off on Monday, is a bit different, and the scale was upped.
As well as the usual musical performances and the live podcasts, AEW decided to tape some matches last night for tonight's episode of Dynamite - but you'll find no spoilers here despite a huge match occurring!
In an extra security measure to ensure Dynamite airs tonight without a hitch, AEW execs had the master tapes to the matches flew back over to Atlanta from Nassau on TWO separate aeroplanes.
But next year there will be no need to do such a thing, as Cody Rhodes confirmed during the current cruise that Dynamite will be taped LIVE next year - per WhatCulture.
The tentative date for the episode is February 1, 2021 so we will be waiting a while to see what must be the first ever live episode of a big wrestling promotion on a cruise ship.
We look forward to that immensely as it's certainly something different, but tonight's episode of Dynamite should also be enjoyable as the Wednesday Night Wars against WWE's NXT continue.News Now - Sport News