Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, his long-time business partner and ex-wife Dany Garcia, and Cardinale's RedBird Capital have reportedly purchased the XFL and split the price tag of $15 million evenly, according to Sportico.com.\r\n\r\nThe company name that officially purchased the <a href="https:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/XFL_(2020)">league<\/a> is listed as "Alpha Acquico, LLC", according to PWInsider. Since the group was the only "bidder" that provided an offer, the auction has been cancelled as a result.\r\n\r\nAs noted, the league, under Vince Mcmahon shut down and filed for 11 bankruptcy back in early April due to the negative impact from COVID-19. At the time, all major employees were let go.\r\n\r\nThis new transaction is required to be approved through a bankruptcy court at a hearing this Friday, August 7. If all conditions are properly met, it is expected to close around the date of August 21.\r\n\r\nIt will be interesting to see what the group has prepared for the future of XFL. RedBird has made multiple investments in sports-related products over the years, and they also have connections with people in the National Football League.\r\n\r\nObviously the involvement of The <a href="https:\/\/see.news\/the-rock-to-return-to-wwe\/">Rock<\/a> shows that Vince McMahon, although no longer directly involved with the company, won't be too far out of the loop.