Back in April, 2000, future WWE Hall of Famer Chris Jericho was eight months into his run as Y2J - which began with his unforgettable debut in August of the previous year when the countdown to the millenium finally reached zero on Monday Night Raw.
Jericho had traveled the world prior to landing in WWE, wrestling across Canada, Mexico and Japan (and a short stint in Philadelphia with ECW). From 1996 to 1999, he rose to national prominence with World Championship Wrestling, becoming a four-time Cruiserweight Champion.
Less than a year after his final match in WCW, he was still receiving checks from the company - but they weren't exactly worth a trip to the bank to cash in.
Jericho shared a photo of a check he received from WCW in 2000 that was worth less than the stamp used to mail it
Jericho took a jab at WCW on Instagram:
"So my niece @makaylawheeldon was cleaning up some stuff in my house and found this WCW cheque from the year 2000 for...15 CENTS! Might I remind you that a stamp cost 33 cents at the time...so it cost double what the check was worth to mail it. No wonder #WordChampionshipWrestling went out of business! #bigmoneyplayer"
Jericho also revealed on Instagram that he'll be facing Hideo Itami at the end of the month in a WWE Live event in Japan
Jericho has been touring with his band, Fozzy, but he'll hopefully be back in WWE soon.