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One year after purchase, here is everything we know about XFL 2023

In summary, we don’t know anything about XFL 2023.

It’s now been an entire calendar year since Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Dany Garcia, and RedBird Capital purchased the XFL in bankruptcy from Vince McMahon’s Alpha Entertainment. A lot has happened in the last year. Our country has a new president. Hundreds of millions of people have been vaccinated against a deadly virus. Olivia Rodrigo has become a household name in the pop music industry.

I’ve spent hours upon hours of my time the last few weeks, worked through numerous sleepless nights, and talked to everyone I could in an effort to research and compile a comprehensive list of what we’ve learned about the XFL over the past year, and what we can expect, for certain, in 2023 when the league kicks off. It hasn’t been easy, but I believe I’m ready to present that list. Without further ado…here is everything we’ve been told about the newest incarnation of the XFL:

(Editor’s note: The blank space above is meant to represent all we know of XFL 2023.)

Greg Parks is a columnist for Pro Wrestling Torch (pwtorch.com). He covers the XFL for XFLBoard.com. He has written extensively about the XFL. He resides in Naples, Florida. Follow him on Twitter @gregmparks.

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  1. Firecop

    August 3, 2021 at 12:33 pm

    A very relevant and exhaustive study of the subject. Clearly and succinctly presented in a n easily understood format worthy of a PhD dissertation; well done!

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