The NFL could use a little competition. That just might smarten it up a little. Plenty of football fans would welcome that.
Im sure xfl will flop like it did the first time. Some ideas that could help it to me are.
1. Less commercials. Figure something out with advertisers. Make games shorter.
2. Less flags. The refs are too big a factor and basically can decide games with flags.
3. Less kicking. Kicking is too big a part of the game. I hate seeing a great game that is decided by a field goal. Also maybe no punting.
4. Don't put a team in Philadelphia. So many people from there are scumbags.
The USFL nabbed a bunch of good players and had quality coaches. As long as there was no gimmick garbage and the league was run the right way (ie, not like Goodell) I'd definitely watch.If it's a serious attempt like the USFL was, I might watch, but people are usually worn out by college and pro football by February.
McMahon must read here based upon his recent comments.Now is a good time, but it needs to be a serious football league to have a chance. Drop the gimmick bullshit like the He Hate Me crap.
Here's a free, sure to bring in viewers disgruntled with the NFL, bit of advice that is potentially worth tens of millions of dollars: the league slogan should be - "No Politics, Just Football."
This has strengthened rumors that have swirled for years of Disney acquiring WWE. If this version of the XFL is a success then look for McMahon to sell his wrestling business.Vince McMahon Sold $100M Worth of WWE Shares To Help Fund Sports-Focused Company | Total Pro Sports
It looks like Vince McMahon is serious about starting up the new league again
He filed for trademarks for the XFL and sold off 100 Million in WWE shares to help fund the venture
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