The 48-year-old Johnson made the declaration today on Twitter. The cost allegedly is $15 million.
The XFL had eight franchises and played five games out of an arranged 10-game schedule before canceling the rest of its season in March in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. It drew nice TV ratings early on and had deals with ESPN and Fox.
The league suspended activities and laid off the entirety of its workers on April 10 and petitioned for bankruptcy protection security on April 13.
Since consummation his wrestling career, Johnson has became a movie star, including in the “Fast & Furious” and “Jumanji” franchises.
Spring football is a troublesome challenge, as the Alliance of American Football discovered in 2019, not lasting a full season, either.
A past version of the XFL likewise played one season in 2001.