XFL Chicago Enforcers Original 2001 Deadstock Graphic T Shirt Unisex XL
Original 2001 Deadstock XFL Chicago Enforcers T Shirt. XL. True to size. 100% Cotton. Unwashed and unworn
Please check all measurements and photos. This is a vintage as/is listing. All sales final.
Pit to pit = 23"
Back collar to bottom = 30"
The XFL was a professional American football league that played its only season in 2001. The XFL was operated as a joint venture between the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) and NBC. The XFL was conceived as an outdoor football league that would begin play immediately after the National Football League season ended, to take advantage of lingering public desire to watch football after the NFL and college football seasons conclude. It was promoted as having fewer rules to encourage rougher play than other major leagues, while its telecasts featured sports entertainment elements inspired by professional wrestling (and in particular, the WWF's then-current "Attitude Era"), including heat and kayfabe, and suggestively-dressed cheerleaders. Commentary crews also featured WWF commentators (such as Jesse Ventura, Jim Ross, and Jerry Lawler) joined by sportscasters and veteran football players. Despite the wrestling influence, the games and their outcomes were legitimateand not based on scripted storylines. Only 8 Teams.