There had already been plenty of smoke around McMahon wanting to reboot the XFL, which crashed and burned after one season in 2001.
With the National Football League being at a crossroads with multiple controversies that have turned fans away from the sport, a report surfaced last week that Vince McMahon might be trying to revive the XFL.
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ESPN Sports Business Reporter, Darren Rovell, reports that Alpha Entertainment filed for five trademarks related to "XFL" on December 16th. "Previous XFL trademarks were abandoned over a period of time from 2002 to '05".
If the XFL isn't coming back, Vince McMahon is doing a poor job of convincing the world that's true.
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A report Friday night on Twitter said an announcement about bringing back the XFL may come next month. The money is being funneled to Alpha Entertainment LLC, a company McMahon has established to explore additional investment opportunities in sports and entertainment.
That's the speculation, at least, and McMahon has gone a long way toward throwing fuel on that speculative fire with a recent move he made to sell 3.34 millions shares of his stock in WWE, which equals about $100 million, per ESPN.
"After the sale, Mr. McMahon beneficially owns 32,193,375 shares of the Company's Class B common stock, which represents approximately 82.8% of the Company's total voting power and approximately 41.8% of the Company's total outstanding shares of common stock", the official legalese from SEC reads.
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