It’s been a wild ride since the XFL was forced to suspend their season after the fifth week due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The XFL’s parent company, Alpha Entertainment filed for Bankruptcy on Monday, less than a week after the league announced that it had suspended day-to-day operations due. The league halted play on March 20, five games into its second season and at the time said they had planned on playing in 2021 and future seasons.
Just earlier this week the league filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and reportedly Vince was open to selling the company.
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Well, today it seems we have some more information on the subject.
According to Forbes, aspiring sports moguls have contacted investment banker Andrew Kline about purchasing the XFL.
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