WWE's Vince McMahon plans to start new pro football league again

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As noted, Vince McMahon confirmed on Thursday that the XFL will be returning in 2020.

McMahon said the National Football League controversies had nothing to do with the XFL re-launch and the plan had been in place "for some time". McMahon said during his Q&A that "We are evaluating a player based on many things, including the quality of human being they are".

"We have two years now to really get it right", McMahon said.

"McMahon, who will continue as chairman and CEO of WWE, offered few other details about the football comeback".

Vince McMahon will, at least in name, have unilateral control over every team in the league.

The original XFL was founded by the wrestling company and jointly owned by NBC, and premiered to massive TV ratings. This way, they can treat the formation of the league with some more care.

"The new XFL will be fan-centric, with all the things you like to see and less of the things you don't". With only four teams in each "conference", it makes sense to only have two teams from each play in the postseason for a championship bout.

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The first player to scoop up the ball would win possession for his team. An interesting note is that the games, according to McMahon, will be 2 hours from start to finish ideally.

"We will present a shorter, faster-paced, family-friendly and easier to understand game", McMahon said.

It may be too early to determine whether the XFL will allow marijuana, and perhaps even the National Football League will have changed its policies by 2020.

"This could be a gimmick-free XFL, perhaps without nicknames such as Rod Smart's "He Hate Me" stitched on the back of his uniform".

In an interview with TMZ Sports, the comedian and marijuana enthusiast said the XFL should allow players to use marijuana to help treat pain and concussions sustained while playing.

"As far as our league is concerned, it will have nothing to do with politics, absolutely nothing, and nothing to do with social issues, either".