The Rock buys XFL with investment firm for $15M

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the former WWE star-turned-movie giant, partnered with RedBird Capital to buy the league at the 11th hour, Sportico reported Monday. The league was nearly set to go on auction. Johnson and the firm reportedly paid $15 million for the fledgling football league.

XFL's Wildcats rout DC for first victory

After not reaching the end zone for five consecutive quarters and having a defense repeatedly unable to stop its opponents in their first two games, the Los Angeles Wildcats had a dominant performance on offense and defense on Sunday for their first victory.  

LA Wildcats' Nelson Spruce

Nelson Spruce was a fan favorite when he was with the LA Rams in 2016, but due to some injuries he was sidelined. He's back in action playing as an LA Wildcat.

XFL's Los Angeles Wildcats to make debut on Saturday

The Los Angeles Wildcats will make their debut Saturday, visiting Houston to face the Roughnecks as wrestling impresario Vince McMahon's second attempt at creating an alternative football league begins play with two games.   

XFL's LA Wildcats: Opening game, ticket info, TV schedule

The XFL is here! There is a new football team in town called the LA Wildcats. There was a league back in 2001, which was owned by Vince McMahon’s Alpha Entertainment and controlled by the WWE and NBC. It only ran for one season back then, but in this reformed XFL, the organization will not relay on wrestling and other entertainment elements as they did before. Instead, they are aiming to create a faster, simpler play compare to the NFL.