Published: Sat, January 27, 2018
Medical | By Jackie Banks

WWE's Vince McMahon plans to start new pro football league again

WWE's Vince McMahon plans to start new pro football league again

Vince McMahon is out of his mind.

Several WWE superstars and figures reacted to the XFL announcement, and a few such as Bray Wyatt, Rusev, and Nia Jax said that they would be open to playing in the new league in two years.

An advisory board comprised of experts in an array of fields, including football, media, technology and medicine will be built to help guide league management. With only four teams in each "conference", it makes sense to only have two teams from each play in the postseason for a championship bout.

"I've always wanted to bring it back", the 72-year-old McMahon said on Thursday.

The players' salary structure is still in development, but players will be paid to play and paid more to win.

But what McMahon said in reply might surprise many of his potential fans. An interesting note is that the games, according to McMahon, will be 2 hours from start to finish ideally.

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

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"We will present a shorter, faster-paced, family-friendly and easier to understand game", McMahon said.

McMahon told ESPN players will be required to stand for the national anthem, and players with "any sort of criminal record" will not be able to join the league.

The most famous handle belonged to McCallum's Las Vegas Outlaws teammate Rod Smart, who had "He Hate Me" etched on his uniform.

"As far as our league is concerned, it will have nothing to do with politics, absolutely nothing, and nothing to do with social issues, either". One player separated his shoulder fighting for the ball.

He went on to put football fan's fears to bed by saying there would be no crossover between the WWE and the new XFL.

McMahon promised a safer football league, though he again offered no specifics for a league that unveiled a human coin toss the first time around - players scrambled from each team to grab the football to decide possession.

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