Jaguars’ Meyer, Strong appear at 2021 AEW’s Double or Nothing

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

During the main event of the All Elite Wrestling‘s Double or Nothing pay-per-view, two Jacksonville Jaguars made a cameo appearance at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. As Chris Jericho was fighting Maxwell Jacob Friedman, the two wrestlers went into a coaching room.

In this segment of the match, Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer and assistant coach Charlie Strong looked shocked when the two began to fight in front of them, as the fight went into an office at TIAA Bank Field. While Meyer was startled at first, Strong decided to be a part of the action.

Former Ohio State Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer walks on the field before Super Bowl LIV between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers
Urban Meyer walks on the field before Super Bowl LIV between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers (Getty Images)

Strong decided to throw several footballs that were in the office to Jericho, who then threw them at Friedman. Meyer also got into the action, as he gave Jericho a computer to hit Friedman with.

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This was likely a staged cameo by the two coaches. Shad Khan and Tony Khan, the owners of the Jaguars, are also the owners of All Elite Wrestling. Meyer and Strong are in their first years with the Jaguars.

The new coaching staff is going to hope that their team will have enough fight as the Inner Circle and The Pinnacle on Sunday night at this pay-per-view. The Inner Circle won the match and retained together, as the stipulation was if they lost, they would have had to dismember.

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