Is Super Bowl 2020 Still Possible?
Is Super Bowl 2020 still a possibility? Yes, it is. It has been recently reported that a huge World Cup event will be taking place in South Africa. Brazil will be the host nation for the world cup and the Super Bowl will be the biggest game of all, even bigger than the last one.
Brazil will host the football world cup for the first time ever and it will be held from February 17th to March 5th. This event will be so big that there will be no shortage of tickets to go around. Right now the world is at a standstill waiting to see who will win the World Cup.
The competition in the World Cup is fierce and it could be a very hard task for any team to win the game. There are some teams that are so hot that they will be given six months to prepare for the world cup and then sent out into the world cup arena. The chances of getting that kind of preparation in only seems like a 10% chance.
But if you think that Super Bowl is still a possibility for Super Bowl 2020, think again. The NFL is not exactly thrilled with the idea of the world cup coming to the United States. The NFL believes that it will have a negative impact on the United States.
At the same time that the World Cup is happening in South Africa, there is a possibility that the Super Bowl will be taking place in New Orleans. If it happens, it will be the first time that the Super Bowl will be played in Louisiana since Super Bowl XIX in the Superdome. The NFL is worried about the safety of their players, especially if the game happens in a giant stadium with a lot of people watching.
If the Super Bowl moves to the United States, expect there to be a lot of protests and a lot of issues regarding the potential Super Bowl moving to the United States. Who knows if the NFL will try to play it in Chicago or Dallas or maybe even Minneapolis?
Maybe the league will want to put a team in the Super Bowl? Even if the league is scared of the world cup, they might be willing to set it up so that they can benefit by bringing in more fans. They may decide to play in Dallas for example as opposed to somewhere else.
Twenty-two million viewers tuned in to watch the Super Bowl in the Superdome and two billion people watched it on television. You would think that the NFL would want to make it even bigger to keep the interest going.
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