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WWE And NFL Remove Jacksonville Jaguars Legacy Title Belt

It was previously reported that WWE recently announced, via a press release, that they have partnered with the NFL (the National Football League) for a multi-year licensing deal to create the first-ever NFL-inspired WWE legacy championship belts featuring the official colors and the branding of all their 32 teams. It was also reported that these NFL-inspired championship belts, which marks the first-ever licensing agreement between the WWE and the NFL, is available on, and

One of the WWE and the NFL’s legacy title belt was unfortunately removed from all three sites as soon as the big announcement was made and that is the Jacksonville Jaguars legacy title belt. This is very interesting as the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team is owned by Shahid Khan, the father of AEW President and CEO Tony Khan, who is also the chief football strategy officer for the Jaguars.

A fan sent a message to a Fanastics Support staff, asking why they couldn’t pre-order the title belt, which was listed for $549.99 and the support staff said that the belt had already sold out.

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