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Details on Who The Coaches Were During the First XFL, Other Information About The Teams

It was previously mentioned that the first XFL had 8 teams which will be the same number of teams that the new XFL will be having when it relaunches in early 2020. As previously mentioned, the first XFL consisted of the following teams: Birmingham Thunderbolts, San Francisco Demons, Chicago Enforcers, Memphis Maniax, New York/ New Jersey Hitmen, Las Vegas Outlaws, Orlando Rage and the Championship Team, Los Angeles Xtreme.

The Birmingham Thunderbolts had an overall regular season record of 2-8 which means that they did not make the playoffs. The team was coached by Gerry Dinardo. Their hometown stadium was a place called Legion Field and they were managed by Tim Berryman. The San Francisco Demons had an overall regular season record of 5-5 and an overall playoff record of 1-1. The team was coached by Jim Skipper. Their hometown stadium was a place called Pac Bell Park and they were managed by Mike Preacher. The Chicago Enforcers had an overall regular season record of 5-5 and an overall playoff record of 0-1. The team was coached by Ron Meyers. Their hometown stadium was a place called Soldier Field and they were managed by Connie Kowal. The Memphis Maniax also had an overall regular season record of 5-5, but their overall playoff record was 0-0. The team was coached by Kippy Brown. Their hometown stadium was a place called The Liberty Bowl At Memorial Stadium and they were managed by Steve Ehrhart.

The New York/ New Jersey Hitmen had an overall regular season record of 4-6, but an overall playoff record of 0-0. The team was coached by Rusty Tillman. Their hometown stadium was a placed called Giants Stadium and they were managed by Drew Pearson. The Las Vegas Outlaws also had an overall regular season record of 4-6 and an overall playoff record of 0-0. The team was coached by Jim Criner. Their hometown stadium was a place called Sam Boyd Stadium and they were managed by Bob Ackles. The Orlando Rage had an impressive overall regular season record of 8-2, but an overall playoff record of 0-1. The team was coached by Galen Hall. Their hometown stadium was a place called The Citrus Bowl and they were managed by Thomas A. Veit Jr. The Championship Team, Los Angeles Xtreme had an overall regular season record of 7-3 and an overall playoff record of 2-0. The team was coached by AL Luginbill. Their hometown stadium was a place called LA Coliseum and they were managed by J.K. McKay.

The first XFL was owned by WWE’s Vince McMahon and NBC Sports’ Dick Ebersol, while the President of the league was Basil Devito. The VP of Administration was Billy Hicks, while the VP of Football Operations was Michael Keller. It will be interesting what teams will eventually end up as the teams for the new XFL that will be relaunching early 2020. More information will be provided once it is made available.

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