Haha.. wow. This is going to be an even bigger failure the second time around. I'm curious to see if they are going to do anything differently this time around, or if they are just hoping a second attempt will somehow work out for them.
They were in a much better position to do this the first time around, as WWE was much higher in popularity. That's definitely not the case any more, and, on top of that, everyone still remembers the XFL and remembers how badly it failed. At least the first time around it was new, so people like me watched it out of sheer curiosity. This time around, I won't really waste my time.
Also, I seem to recall that they tried to market XFL as being 'more Xtreme' than the NFL. Not only is the only 'Xtreme' marketing way out of date, but it's terrible timing considering a lot of people, these days, are starting to think that the NFL might be a bit too dangerous as it is. There's been a lot more attention drawn to all the potential head trauma that players can suffer from.
I haven't followed WWE in more than a decade, but, to me, this just seems like a completely desperate move by Vince McMahon. He would be better off picking cities that don't currently have NFL teams, starting a new sport all together, or making the XFL a European league instead.