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  1. If the World League is getting this big, if it were to somehow grow to 40 teams, would promotion and relegation come into play at some point?
  2. That and its fits with the whole "Keep Portland Weird" culture the city has. There is no weirder mascot than a platypus.
  3. The Twisters actually rebounded? Huh, they're reloading when I thought they were going to rebuild.
  4. I could really only see one team that the World League would accept from the XFL between the Los Angeles Avengers, the Oklahoma Wranglers and the Las Vegas Outlaws. And honestly, its probably between the last two unless there is an expansion of 3 teams in the Northern US/Canada and Europe which would allow 3 XFL teams to come in bringing the number of teams to 36. As for how I could see that happening, here would be the most likely markets for 3 future teams in those markets: Northern US/Canada 1. Quebec City 2. Halifax 3. Boise, Idaho Europe: 1. Moscow/St. Petersburg 2. Rome 3. Warsaw
  5. If there were musical motifs for teams, I could see the Nova Scotia Claymores having a sort of jaunty bagpipe tune to them that would probably would've played after they scored goals. Might've been the "Brass Bonanza" of this universe. Their successors? There are only a couple of themes that would work for the New Orleans Sound and they are "Entry of the Gladiators" or "Yakety Sax".
  6. The Punks have to be drawing in the triple digits at this point. What's McMahon's contingency assuming that the XFL lives to 2001? EDIT: BAC above legal limits anywhere
  7. I could see a situation where the PHL expands into Halifax and another unconventional market (let's say Pheonix). I do love that Claymores identity and it would be a shame if it was let to rot in the dustbin of history.
  8. The Sound might be headed to Houston. Cardsblues02 is about to get his wish granted. What a timeline.
  9. Trent Taylor Age: 35 Bio: Trent Taylor has been a season-ticket holder for the Raleigh-Durham Skyhawks since they came back in 1994. He called into work sick the day after thw Skyhawks won the World Bowl. He has decided to go with Portland as the site for the 32nd Franchise believing that placing a team in Nashville would force the Hound Dogs to move out of the state. As for the mascot, he suggests Pioneers to reflect the history of the Oregon Trail and Portland's progressive civic culture.
  10. >tfw you remember the President visiting your high school that year.... Feels old man.
  11. Don't mean to be pedantic, but the PS2 didn't come out in North America until 2000. So, it would be for the PS1 and maaaaybe the Dreamcast when it comes out later in 1999.
  12. Gotta have at least one dud idea apparently. Now if this league somehow gets a season 2, it would've already accomplished more than the real XFL did.
  13. Kind of looks like Sigma from Mega Man X wearing a wolf head. Still looks awesome and I'm hoping the helmet is just the wolf head.