Ever since Vince McMahon announced that the XFL will be relaunched in 2020, the fans and the media has been excited on what the future brings for the league when it relaunches. Several changes has already been made and announced for the XFL when it returns in 2020. Those changes include: Faster games, political and social activism being discouraged, people with criminals records not being allowed to play, not having any connection or crossover whatsoever with WWE and teams being different from the first league.
Speaking of teams, when it was announced that the XFL will be making a return in 2020, people from around the world have been wondering which cities will the teams be coming from. It looks like Vince McMahon and the XFL is interested in having the city of Orlando host one of the teams.
According to The Orlando Sentinel, WWE Senior Vice President John Saboor has reached out to Allen Johnson, the director of Orlando venues, regarding the possibility of bringing an XFL team to Orlando, Florida. WWE Chairman Vince McMahon has also always been interested in having The City of Orlando host an XFL team.
“We were told that there is preliminary, high-level interest in Orlando and they would get back to us at a later date,” Johnson told the Sentinel. “They did mention in the call that they were aware of the other league (the Alliance) and felt that the Orlando market could support two teams.”
You can check out the entire article about the possibility of The City of Orlando hosting one of the XFL teams at OrlandoSentinel.com.
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