In the next year, the XFL is on the way as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Dany Garcia, and RedBird Capital Partners will come to lead the football league’s reboot. Things just take on the XFL has been launching in 2023 along with a broadcast partnership that is set to give a good chance to be widely seen across the country. The complete details on the XFL are still very slim, but Johnson has been planned across the country. Johnson is planning for making a big announcement based on the league on Halloween.
On Sunday night, Johnson has taken to social media to declare that the reveal of the right team names, logos, and “identities” will taking place first thing in the morning on 31st October. Johnson’s teaser video also declared that there will be some new teams in this next iteration of the XFL .
Where to Watch XFL?
Dwayne Johnson’s XFL reboot also has a broadcast [partnership with ESPN that lasts long through 2027. ESPN will have such exclusive broadcast rights for the 43-game debut season next year with ABC and FX also airing some games. The season also will consist of 40 regular season games with two playoff games with one championship.
Earlier Johnson said, this is a definitive moment for the XFL and the beginning of an incredible, long-term partnership for those leagues, building on my long-standing, the very successful legacy relationship I’ve had with Disney throughout my career,” he also added, we’re excited to be working with global visionaries that are aligned with the XDL’s values, are true team players and share our ambitious goals to grow the XFL as a global sports and entertainment business. Through the combined power of Disney, ESPN, and the XFL jointly we will create a new powerhouse on the sports calendar and bring a dynamic game of football to fans everywhere. Time to ball out.”
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