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Lingerie Football League (LFL) as we knew it last year is dead, but the LFL remains and so do the Las Vegas Sin.
The Las Vegas headquartered Lingerie Football League has undergone a few major changes since the season ended last year. LFL is now short for Legends Football League and the season will no longer be played while the NFL season is happening. The LFL is going legit... sort of. The lingerie uniforms are being replaced with skimpy athletic-wear. Nothing wrong with that.
The worst part is that the LFL season is shorter then it used to be. The season is only five games long and your Las Vegas Sin only have 2 home games. Once again the Las Vegas Sin will play their home games at the Orleans Arena. The Las Vegas Sin season kicks off May 10 when they visit the Chicago Bliss. The first game at Orleans Arena is June 22 when the Green Bay Chill come to town. The only other home game for the Las Vegas Sin is July 20 when the Seattle Mist visit.
We think we've finally found the sport Las Vegas deserves. And, they have a big event coming up at South Point.
We recently introduced you to the Las Vegas Dice, the local World Professional Billiards team that are part of a whole new league. We're more excited about discovering the Fabulous Sin City Rollergirls who operate four local teams, and two national, in the world of women’s flat track roller derby. (There's no raised bank like in Rollerball. But, we think these ladies would do just fine in that world, too.)
Did you hear about that new Las Vegas sports arena? Not for baseball, football or basketball. Nope, for the World Professional Billiard League.
Last year, we accidentally ran across the American Poolplayers Association championship at the Riviera and, seeing the hoards of players and fans, it made us wonder about all the stickmen and women in this town. Downtown recently opened Backstage Bar & Billiards in Fremont East. But, for the truly committed, a new league has started up with dozens of professional players and all based out of Vegas.