Vince McMahon’s 2020 relaunch of the XFL ended prematurely due to the COVID-19 outbreak that took over the world. However, there might be a chance he will bring it back.
According to a report by The Atlantic, Vince McMahon might be “trying to buy his own XFL out of Delaware bankruptcy court.” A few of XFL’s creditors believe this to be true.
XFL President Jeffrey Pollack recently called venues in St. Louis and Seattle, where he enquired regarding reinstating lease agreements. Vince McMahon still mostly owns XFL through his Alpha Entertainment entity.
XFL filed for bankruptcy on April 13th, a few days after they closed down and released all employees. The Atlantic’s source is apparently a former team official and they gave the information about St. Louis and Seattle’s recent dealings. The general idea is that Vince McMahon could have pulled off a “cutthroat finance ploy” during a pandemic.
We will keep you updated on this ongoing story.
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