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Jacksonville Jaguars co-owner on building a multisport empire in a flash

Catie Perry

Jacksonville Jaguars co-owner Tony Khan is no longer just a football guy. He is building a sports empire.

Khan founded All Elite Wrestling in January 2019 and just signed a four-year extension.

“In year two, we have a great chance to be a profitable company,” he told FOX Business' Liz Claman. “Going forward, we'll be profitable.”

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Some of the biggest stars in the wrestling world have helped boost the organizations' popularity, including Cody Rhodes and Kenny Omega.

In addition to football and wrestling, Khan has been involved in soccer. In 2017, he became an executive of the Fulham Football Club in England.

Khan joins the likes of other NFL team owners signing onto soccer clubs, including Zygi Wilf of the Minnesota Vikings and David Tepper of the Carolina Panthers.

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Khans added that soccer and football are the "two biggest sports in the world,” and he “would like people to know that we really put a lot of emphasis and care into all things we work on.”

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