Fozzy Singer's New Wrestling Championship Belt Stolen
Fozzy frontman and pro wrestler Chris Jericho was reportedly the victim of theft over the weekend when his AEW World Championship belt was allegedly stolen. Jericho became All Elite Wrestling's first-ever world champion following his win over "Hangman" Adam Page at All Out last Saturday (August 31st).
Although a police report was said to be filed, Jericho posted a video in which he launched his own "worldwide investigation" into the crime and warned the perpetrator of the consequences.
In the video, Jericho says, "Less than 24 hours after I became the first AEW champion -- with blood streaming down my face, after one of the hardest matches I've ever had in my life -- some lowlife scumbag committed grand larceny and robbed me of the AEW Championship."
He continues, "Now, as I sit here in my palatial estate, my beautiful mansion, getting ready to have a little bit of the bubbly, I'm just imagining what I would do to that son of a bitch if he was here right now. And as a result, I am launching a worldwide investigation using the top private investigators in the world today to find out who committed this crime."
Jericho filed a police report in Tallahassee, Florida on September 1st, claiming the belt somehow went missing between the time he landed at the airport and when he traveled to Longhorn Steakhouse for food. Police reportedly searched the limo and the airport for the belt, but were unable to find it.
Jericho and Fozzy recently premiered a new song called "Nowhere To Run" from the band's new album, which will follow up 2017's Judas.