Xtreme Primary Logo
The Los Angeles Xtreme was one of the eight original teams that played in the short-lived XFL football league. The team's primary logo featured a fierce bulldog, wearing an old-fashioned leather helmet and ready to take on any opponent. This image has become synonymous with the spirit of competition, strength, and determination that is embodied by all who play or follow professional football.
The logo itself has evolved over time since its inception in 2001 when it was first worn by players during their inaugural season as part of Vince McMahon’s XFL experiment. Initially featuring a black background with white lettering spelling out “XTREME” along with a red lightning bolt behind it, this version also had two stars on both sides representing Los Angeles city limits for which they were named (LAL). In 2002 however, minor changes were made to make it more recognizable such as changing the font size and adding some shading around certain elements like starburst rays emanating from behind the bulldog figurehead giving him an aura effect while still maintaining its core design concept overall.
Today this classic look remains largely unchanged but there have been subtle tweaks here and there throughout the years including adjusting colors used within some parts (such as yellow being added) or even replacing letters altogether like how "LA" now appears instead of "LAL". It truly stands out among other logos found across various sports leagues due to its unique blend between modernity & tradition - something many can relate to no matter what level you're playing at!
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Blue spiral with gold x and small letters “LA” in black.