We reported early in May that the Alliance Of American Football’s (AAF) equipment was up for sale as part of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation proceedings. The XFL looked to be in good shape for acquiring the old football equipment.
However, according to a reporting in the San Antonio Express-News, the XFL lost out on the sale. Former commissioner of the Arena Football League Jerry Kurz was the winning bidder at $455,000.
According to the report “Kurz and his clients beat out the XFL, backed by wrestling impresario Vince McMahon, and Major League Football during the sale..” The items included Riddell, Schutt, and Vicis helmets, metal lockets, tackling dummies, shoulder pads, and tons of rolls of athletic tape.
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