Vince McMahon Bringing Back the XFL in 2020

Vince McMahon Bringing Back the XFL in 2020

Vince McMahon Bringing Back the XFL in 2020

Now it's back for another try, but will it succeed the second time around? McMahon said the selection of cities in the new XFL will be announced in the next few months, and a mix of major and mid-major markets will be considered.

But the league is already garnering a hostile reaction from journalists, many of whom are eager to protect the NFL and its practice of coddling anti-police protests by players and providing generous donations to far-left foundations.

"The game is going to end in two hours, you can't have a criminal record, you can't have any rebels because you're all going to salute the flag", he moaned.

McMahon said it will not affect his WWE role as chairman or creatively at all, and that he thinks the distribution will be a combination of standard and a new way.

The first player to scoop up the ball would win possession for his team.

"It's still football. But it's professional football reimagined".

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It sounds, well, better than the original XFL, which - let's face it - was a disaster... aside from some of the cool innovations like mic'd up players and on-field cameras.

"This could be a gimmick-free XFL, perhaps without nicknames such as Rod Smart's "He Hate Me" stitched on the back of his uniform". Aiming for a shorter, fast-paced game, those in charge will hope to capitalise on the NFL's falling television ratings.

"People don't want social and political issues coming into play when they are trying to be entertained", he said.

The XFL was a spectacular financial failure in its first run, losing McMahon and United States television broadcaster NBC a reported US$70 million. We're there to play football.

Numerous technological advances seen in today's National Football League games were pioneered by the XFL, according to Prichard.

McMahon says he will have an open forum for fans to contribute ideas to the new league. "There were really good football players".

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