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Say goodbye to Mitch Mortaza's Lingerie Legends Football League, and say hello to Mitch Mortaza's X League. Gone are the bikini tops and team names like "Bliss," "Temptation," and "Sin," replaced with crop tops and names like "Blitz," "Black Storm," and "Thunder." Running cover as "ownership" and "chairman" is Mike Ditka, who presumably is receiving a modest check from Mortaza for his actual job duties of Putting His Face On Shirts and Not Saying The N-Word Out Loud. Providing a bit more cover are vague platitudes about "inclusion" and "empowerment", replacing the previous pitch of "come to the game and maybe see a boob fall out." Each of the eight teams will play two regular season games. From that, somehow, four teams make the playoffs for a doubleheader in Kent, Washington. The Chicago team's home game will be in Rockford. I think it's a safe assumption that players will be compensated in "inclusion, empowerment, and opportunity," as opposed to "money and health insurance," just like the last decade of Mitch's sleaze circuit amateur nonprofit.
While in the US it's normal for a men's and women's team that are owned by the same group to have different logos I was surprised to see a few teams outside of the United States that have this as well: Houston Dynamo/Houston Dash Portland Timbers/Portland Thorns These two also have to deal with different uniform makers due to league contracts. Mexico (Monterrey FC/Rayadas FC) Chivas de Guadalajara/Guadalajara Feminil The ladies are even using a different template from the men this year, as well as a different primary sponsor. London Bees/Barnet FC I'm sure that the Australian A Leagues (Men and Women) may have these contrasting logos as well.