One of the most confusing stories over the past few days has been that the AEW World Championship belt, which was won by Chris Jericho at the recent “All Out” pay-per-view event, was stolen in Tallahassee, Florida.

However, everything seems to be OK.

According to Jeffrey Burlew of the Tallahassee Democratthe belt has been found and returned to Jericho. The Tallahassee police department said that someone turned it into the police station after finding it on the side of the road.

The belt was reportedly worth $30,000.

It would appear that Jericho’s worldwide investigation worked out for the best:

The company did have a backup plan, should the belt not be recovered in time for their October 2 television debut on TNT.

Editor’s Opinion:

Boy, did AEW dodge a bullet here. Not only was that a very expensive piece of property, but if there was a tarnished title going around, that would not be a good look for a brand new wrestling company. However, the problem seems to be solved and everything can get back to normal!

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