Urban Meyer, meet the “Stadium Stampede” match.
The Jaguars’ new head coach, along with assistant head coach Charlie Strong, made an appearance on All Elite Wrestling’s “Double or Nothing” pay-per-view Sunday night during the main event at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, Florida. The match was a five-on-five “Stadium Stampede” bout between The Inner Circle and The Pinnacle.
Chris Jericho of The Inner Circle and MJF of The Pinnacle battled their way into Meyer’s office where the two coaches stood, looking surprised. Strong tossed Jericho a couple of footballs to pelt MJF before Jericho turned to another item on the desk.
“Can you give me your laptop?” Jericho asks.
“Of course,” says Meyer, who was the wide receivers coach for the Colorado State Rams from 1990-95, as he hands it to the former AEW world champion, who took the computer and bashed MJF.
The Inner Circle would ultimately win the match.
It’s not the first time a member of the Jaguars got involved in a “Stadium Stampede” match. Last year, Jaguars mascot Jaxson de Ville was on the receiving end of Jericho’s finishing move, the Judas Effect.
AEW is owned by Jaguars owner Shahid Khan and his son Tony.
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