XFL game to be held without fans in the stadium

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

The XFL has announced that Sunday’s game between the LA Wildcats and Seattle Dragons will be take place as scheduled at Century Link Field. However, no fans will be allowed to attend the game due to Washington Governor Jay Inslee banning gatherings of events with 250 people or more due to coronavirus concerns.

Powell’s POV: The game will be broadcast on ESPN2 and it will be interesting to see a football game with no fans present (insert your own Cincinnati Bengals attendance joke here). It’s quickly becoming the short term norm, as the NCAA and the NBA’s Golden State Warriors are taking similar steps of playing games without fans present due to the coronavirus outbreak.



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Readers Comments (4)

  1. WrestleMania will be next.

  2. So business as usual then?

    • For your information, the xfl is doing quite well attendance wise. the xfl is getting over 20,000 paying fans to each game so far this season.

      It is fine if you don’t like the xfl or wwe because you are jealous of the McMahon family’s wealth.

      Mcmahon is doing a great thing with the xfl by giving players a chance to earn money while playing football and givng fans who could never afford to attend an nfl game another outlet for football in the spring.

  3. So, they’re refunding both tickets?

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