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XFL Announces Eight Cities For 2020 Season

With the XFL returning in 2020, founder Vince McMahon announced the eight cities that will be home to the eight franchises for the leagues re-boot.

McMahon announced on Wednesday that Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa Bay and Washington D.C. will be the eight cities for the 2020 season.

Of those eight cities, six will be hosting  XFL teams for the first time with Los Angeles and New York being the only two cities to have XFL teams for the second time. The Los Angeles Xtreme won the first and only “Million Dollar Game” when they defeated the San Francisco Demons.

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