Urban Meyer helps out Chris Jericho at AEW’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view event

Urban Meyer has made numerous headlines before even coaching his first game for the Jacksonville Jaguars, but in case being an NFL head coach doesn't work out, he may an opportunity in All Elite Wrestling.

The company's Double or Nothing pay-per-view took place on Sunday night at TIAA Bank Field, home of the Jaguars, with the main event of the main being a "Stadium Stampede" match between the factions of the Inner Circle and The Pinnacle.  Chris Jericho of the Inner Circle and Maxwell Jacob Friedman of The Pinnacle.

As Chris Jericho of the Inner Circle and Maxwell Jacob Friedman of The Pinnacle fought their way through the stadium, they ended up opening an office door, where the first-year head coach and assistant head coach Charlie Strong were just casually watching film.

But it didn't just end there. As Jericho began to beat down MJF, Strong tossed him some footballs to throw at MJF. Jericho then asks Meyer if he could use his laptop, which Meyer hands him and then Jericho uses to hit MJF.

Oh, 👋 @CoachUrbanMeyer! @Jaguars#AEWDoNpic.twitter.com/GNrXyHSTBE

The segment in Meyer's office ended with Jericho pushing MJF out on a chair before telling the coaches to, “have a great season.” Meyer responded by saying, “Holy (expletive)."

Jericho told media members after the pay-per-view event the segment with Meyer was fun and one of the highlights of the night.

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"The best part was when we said, ‘do you mind saying holy (expletive)?’ and I thought he’d say no. He was like ‘yeah I’ll say it.’ I was like that’s great," Jericho said. "We played it straight so it’s not ha-ha slap stick comedy. He was one of the highlights for sure."

As for why Meyer made an appearance on AEW, Jericho thinks it may have to do with how Jaguars owner Shahid Khan is also co-owner of AEW.

"I think that we have the same boss, who was probably like, 'Come do this,'" Jericho said. But even if their bosses made them do it, Meyer seemed to have enjoyed watching it alongside the wrestlers.

The more you can do 🤷🤷 — I think that is the saying us coaches use. We had a good laugh watching this scene play back. #StadiumStampedepic.twitter.com/1wu9v9e2X7

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