Report: Jacksonville Jaguars Pulled Their WWE Title Belt From Sale

The Khan family didn't want a WWE title belt on sale

WWE and the NFL announced a multi-year licensing partnership this week to create NFL-inspired WWE legacy title belts. All 32 teams received a title belt and they are available to purchase. 

The Jacksonville Jaguars title belt was quickly removed from sale, though, with Fanatics claiming the belt "sold faster than we could have ever imagined," with a restock said to be planned. 

The Jaguars belt is still not available, however, and it appears the belt never actually sold out. Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has reported the Jacksonville Jaguars decided to pull the title from sale as Shad Khan, the owner of the Jags, is also a co-owner of AEW. Tony Khan, meanwhile, is the president and co-owner of AEW and the executive vice president of football administration and technology at the Jaguars.

WWE made the deal with the NFL with the understanding that all 32 teams were going to be involved, which is why all of the titles were released. The Jaguars, however, did not know about the belts and opted out of the arrangement following the title's release. 

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