City Meyer cameos from Jaguars within the Chris Jericho MJF wrestling match from AEW

The Khan family is already making the most of their new partnership with Jaguar’s trainer Urban Meyer.

The Jacksonville freshman coach appeared alongside assistant head coach Charlie Strong on Sunday in AEW’s pay-per-view Double or Nothing. The two participated in a sketch with Chris Jericho of The Inner Circle and MJF of The Pinnacle.

Jericho and MJF fought one-on-one in the brawl and eventually found their way into Jacksonville’s TIAA Bank Field (the AEW event started in an adjoining amphitheater). Meyer and Strong looked surprised at first – who wouldn’t be if they saw Jericho and MJF storm into your office? – before they go into action.

First, Strong tossed a couple of balls at Jericho, which he threw at MJF. Then Meyer handed Jericho a laptop, another excellent makeshift weapon in the match:

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The Inner Circle finally defeated The Pinnacle by pinfall.

Meyer tweeted about the experience Monday, saying they “laughed good” watching the rendition of the sketch. The tweet included an accompanying photo with Strong, Jericho, and a surprisingly intact MJF.

Tony Khan, son of Jaguars owner Shad Khan, owns AEW. He is also the Chief Football Strategy Officer of Jacksonville.

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