There's no backing out now — the XFL just officially announced its eight hosting cities and stadiums for its 2020 reboot.
While the league accidentally leaked the list on Friday, the XFL still had their press conference on Wednesday to formally break the news. Here's the full list of cities and stadiums.
New York - MetLife Stadium
Dallas - Glob Life Park
Houston - TDECU
Los Angeles - StubHub Center
St. Louis - The Dome at America's Center
Seattle - CenturyLink Field
Tampa Bay - Raymond James Stadium
Washington DC - Audi Field
During the address, the XFL alluded to paying players competitive salaries on top of vying to create a safe and legal way for fans to gamble on the games.
While the details are still limited as to what the XFL will look like, hints suggest at Vince McMahon and Co. creating a brand of football that moves faster, safer, and easier to watch.