The Khan household is already taking advantage of their new partnership with Jaguars coach City Meyer.
The primary-year Jacksonville coach, alongside assistant head coach Charlie Robust, made appearances in AEW’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view on Sunday. The 2 participated in a skit that includes Chris Jericho of The Interior Circle and The Pinnacle’s MJF.
Jericho and MJF discovered themselves battling one-on-one within the brawl, ultimately discovering their approach into Jacksonville’s TIAA Financial institution Area (the AEW occasion started in an adjoining amphitheater). Meyer and Robust appeared stunned at first — who would not be, watching Jericho and MJF burst into your workplace? — earlier than springing to motion.
First, Robust tossed Jericho a few balls, which he used to pelt MJF. Then Meyer handed Jericho a laptop computer, one other glorious makeshift weapon within the match:
The Interior Circle ended up beating The Pinnacle through pinfall.
Meyer on Monday tweeted in regards to the expertise, saying they “had a very good chortle” watching the playback of the skit. The tweet featured an accompanying photograph with Robust, Jericho and a surprisingly intact MJF.
Tony Khan, son of Jaguars proprietor Shad Khan, owns AEW. He’s additionally Jacksonville’s chief soccer technique officer.