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Submitted by on April 28, 2009 – 11:16 am15 Comments


LFL Ladies

Well a lot of men should be smiling ear to ear – gorgeous women, lingerie and football have finally arrived together in one nice package.

This fall, 10 teams of scantily clad women will be playing in the Lingerie Football League.

The concept originated from the popular Super Bowl halftime TV special, the “Lingerie Bowl”. The pay-per-view broadcast has drawn millions of viewers across the globe for years.


The first season will launch this September in Chicago, featuring women dressed in lingerie, super short shorts, and of course helmets and shoulder pads.

But make no mistake – these women are serious athletes, and their coach has been called a “deadly serious fellow” who had players picked based on ability, not looks.


Your thoughts?

Sources: The Week, Dallas Observer

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  • DURK NIGGLER says:


  • If females actually put in the work then that is awesome. If they try to fake it then I just don’t like that. So if they actually get down on the field cool. If they don’t then I’ll continue doing what i’m doing. I respect females that do damage and that are sexy. Melina perez, gina carano etc.

    When I roll to the gym I get distracted by the girls who are actually working out not the ones who are trying to be cute and trying to get dudes in the gym.

    So that being said if this doesn’t turn out to be something that bret micheals sponsored then I’d probably watch it. Other than that it could probably make women and football look bad.

  • DURK NIGGLER says:


  • I hate yoooooooou jk…

  • Chris J The Genius says:

    Wow. Nothing else to say. Except that I’m SURE that the coach picked the players based on certain abilities… Does no one feel like this is objectification? If you don’t, GOOD! I’m not gonna try to act like I won’t check this out at least once to see what’s going down, but I thought I should just point out certain social ramifications first.

  • yung albino says:

    wow um i wonder what the evangelical church will say when there is a tackle and that lingerie comes off? no disrespect at all to the ladies but seriously the whole idea just seems to exploit fine women for ratings. if its not too slutty it might be worth watching

    what up rick

  • Chris J The Genius says:

    If an evangelical pastor says something about this, doesn’t he have to first admit that he was actually WATCHING IT? Hmmm…. Isn’t that grounds enough for that pastor’s chastisement? Just checking. I love Jesus too, but is it really okay for someone to watch something so they can judge those doing it? Or should they just “shun the very appearance of evil?”
    Just asking.

  • B Easy says:

    somebody is gonna tear their acl and its gonna be a wrap for the show…

  • gotsole17 says:

    wow,, another way to degrade women.

  • Haha chris, they’ll probably say “One day I was flipping through the channels and saw the appearance of sinful flesh, so I had to investigate further”. They better come hard <— you know what I mean.

  • Chris J The Genius says:

    Yeah, don’t we all? Everybody’s heard a pastor say something like that. The most effective spiritual leaders are the ones who are real enough to admit that they struggle with such things (like everyone else does) and that they have to be really conscious of what they are doing before they slip up on something they can’t get away from.

  • When last we heard from the Lingerie Football League, it was enmeshed in controversy during Super Bowl week.

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