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The Rock Buys XFL In $15 Million Deal with Investment Partner

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The WWE legend just teamed up with an investment group to snatch up Vince McMahon’s XFL league for $15 million, the league confirms in a statement.

The league had filed for bankruptcy after being resurrected for the 2020 season — and was supposed to be auctioned off to highest bidder on Monday.

But, Dwayne Johnson and his partners — Dany Garcia (Rock’s business partner and ex-wife) and partners at RedBird Capital (led by Gerry Cardinale) — swooped in and bought it up this weekend before it hit the auction block.

The Rock (along with Dany) and RedBird are reportedly 50/50 partners in the deal.

The Rock issued a statement saying, ‘The acquisition of the XFL with my talented partners, Dany Garcia and Gerry Cardinale, is an investment for me that’s rooted deeply in two things – my passion for the game and my desire to always take care of the fans.

As for The Rock, he famously played college football at the University of Miami back in the day before becoming a global pro wrestling superstar with Vince McMahon’s WWE.


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