Chris Jericho wants you to take home his junk.
The wrestler, rock star, actor, podcaster and all-around media personality recently purchased a new multimillion-dollar mansion in Odessa. And before he can finalize his move, he and his family are hosting an estate sale this weekend at their old place nearby.
"We are selling everything, everything we don't want," Jericho said in a video posted to social media on Thursday. "All the books, all the magazines, all the records, all the Chris Jericho 8-by-10s, hockey cards, you name it. It's all going."
Dozens of fans arrived early Friday to check out some of the more choice items, including an autographed life-size cardboard cut-out and signed copies of Jericho's books.
But despite the odd wrestling item lying around, the estate sale seems a lot like many others you'd see around Tampa Bay, right down to the hand-scrawled cardboard signs off the main road. There was a lot of furniture, kitchenware, cutlery, fishing equipment and pool supplies for sale. In the front yard sat a set of water skis and a Sun Dolphin jon boat priced at $500. One of the earliest buyers emerged from the lakeside mini-mansion not with wrestling memorabilia, but with an end table.
Jericho's estate sale runs 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday at 18127 Patterson Road in Odessa. Proceeds will benefit the diabetes research and awareness charity JRDF. Click here for details.
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