WRESTLING star Wardlow has had his “whole life” stolen – including his newly-won TNT Championship belt.
The 35-year-old powerhouse was still in a party mood after defeating Samoa Joe for the title on All Elite Wrestling’s Revolution pay-per-view on Sunday.
He is set to appear on tonight’s episode of Dynamite in Sacramento but he has now taken to Instagram to reveal that somebody has broken into his rental car.
And they have nicked a host of his items, with his wrestling strap one of them.
Wardlow, real name Michael Austin, shared a video of his vandalised motor which showed the rear-side window smashed in.
Speaking on the clip, he says: “Thanks to the person who broke into my rental car and took absolutely everything.”
He then listed his “TNT title, gear, boots, and (his) whole life” as the things taken.
The 6ft 2in grappler then said that if he caught those responsible their “jaw would be as shattered as the glass is.”
Amazingly, it is not the first time that a champion in the company has had their title stolen.
Back in September 2019, Chris Jericho consumed a belt-busting steak after being crowned the first world champion in AEW — only to have his shiny new waist-piece pinched by thieves.
The former WWE star, 48, was tucking into a meal at a Longhorn Steakhouse in Florida when his world champion title belt was swiped from his LIMO.
Jericho had mistakenly picked up the wrong luggage and headed for a bite to eat while his limousine driver headed back to the airport with his bags to sort out the confusion.
But when the limo returned, his belt was gone — prompting detectives to investigate and forensics work to be carried out.