Lingerie Bowl is fucking great

Set up as a politically-incorrect alternative to the Super Bowl half-time show, it isn’t hard to see why the Lingerie Bowl attracts a significant audience.

While an estimated 100million sports fans watched the Super Bowl, Los Angeles Temptation competed against Philadelphia Passion in the risque Lingerie Football League (LFL) final in Las Vegas.

Wearing only helmets, sports bras, knickers, garters, and shoulder, knee and elbow pads, the scantily-clad women battled it out in the Orleans Arena.

The publicity-craving spectacle saw defending champions Los Angeles Temptation keep their crown with a 28-6 landslide win.

Until a few years ago, the event was only a pay-per-view alternative to the dreary, PC Super Bowl half-time concert.

But it has now spawned its own industry and a league which boasts 12 teams playing in front of crowds in their thousands.

The LFL features a two conference format.

The Baltimore Charm, Cleveland Crush, Orlando Fantasy, Philadelphia Passion, Tampa Breeze and Toronto Triumph compete in the Eastern Conference.

The Western Conference features the Chicago Bliss, Green Bay Chill, Las Vegas Sin, Los Angeles Temptation, Minnesota Valkyrie and Seattle Mist.

And at the end of the season the 11-girl team that can prove it is the best catch is rewarded with the Lingerie Bowl trophy in a showdown between the conference winners.

by Terence Johns

 

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