Shortly after the Jacksonville Jaguars lost and were knocked out of the NFL playoffs, World Wrestling Entertainment was quick to mock the loss on X (formerly Twitter). WWE’s primary competition in the world of professional wrestling is Jacksonville-base All Elite Wrestling (AEW) which is owned by the Khan family. Shad Khan owns the Jaguars, his son Tony Khan owns AEW. In fact, the younger Khan just appeared on the Going Ringside podcast to discuss his wrestling company.
Here’s the post on X by the Jaguars advertising where to buy playoff tickets that was of course posted before their loss:
— Jacksonville Jaguars (@Jaguars) December 13, 2023
Here’s the post on X by the WWEonFox account. The post shows a GIF of wrestling legend Kurt Angle appearing to mock the Jaguars’ post.
— WWE on FOX (@WWEonFOX) January 7, 2024
The Going Ringside podcast was quick to notice this on their Tiktok Channel:
Both AEW and WWE may find themselves jostling for position on major broadcast and cable networks in 2024 as multiple media deals for the two companies are set to expire. Khan spoke about this in depth on the recent Going Ringside episode.