XFL is going to be kicked off in February 2023.

The officials have announced the names of eight host cities in the XFL town hall in Arlington, Texas.

Dany Garcia and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson announced the rebooted league in
Arlington, which is set to be released in 2023.

It means we are not too far from the rebooted league.

Moreover, the cities hosting the upcoming league include Arlington, Houston, Orlando, Las Vegas, San Antonio, Seattle, St. Louis, and Washington.

In addition, the coaches’ names have also been announced as they, including Terrell Buckley, Rod Woodson, Hines Ward, Jim Haslett, Anthony Becht, and St. Louis.

So what do you think who will make his team the winner of the league? Can you anticipate one?

However, Garcia has attributed the revival of the league to the fans, as she said in the news release:

“A league comes to life thanks to the fervent support of its fans. We will build these teams from the ground up in each of these places in collaboration with our supporters to ensure that they accurately reflect the distinctive character of the local neighborhoods. We invite all football supporters to join us as we prepare for the start of the season in February.”

Besides her, Johnson also said:

“The first thing Dany, Gerry Cardinale, and I identified as one of the most crucial factors for the XFL’s success as we put pen to paper to construct this league was choosing the iconic towns and venues for our teams.”

In addition, it is also hoped that the league will be made the “No.1 spring League,” as it is promised by Gerry Cardinale, the founder, and managing partner at RedBird Capital Partners.

Anyhow it will be proved by the end of the page, but are you excited about the XFL? Let us know in the comments area.

Because the league will start on Feb. 18, 2023, there is a clash between American League, and it likely will overlap with it. But we need to wait. So keep calm.


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