Maniax Alternate Logo
The Memphis Maniax of the XFL had an alternate logo that was used during the team’s brief existence in 2001. The alternate logo featured a stylized “M” with a red, white, and blue color scheme to represent both the city of Memphis and America itself. This logo was designed by renowned sports artist David Wilcox, who is known for his work on logos for Major League Baseball teams such as the Milwaukee Brewers and Arizona Diamondbacks.
The idea behind this design was to create something unique that could be easily recognized by fans around the country while also paying homage to their home city of Memphis, Tennessee. The colors chosen were meant to symbolize patriotism and pride in being from one of America's great cities—red representing passion, white signifying purity or innocence, and blue standing for loyalty or trustworthiness—while still maintaining an eye-catching look overall.
Though it only lasted one season before folding along with its parent league (the XFL), this alternate logo has become iconic among football fans everywhere due to its striking design elements combined with its patriotic symbolism; making it an enduring reminder not only of what could have been but also what can still be achieved when you combine modern artistry with classic American values like those found within our beloved sport: Football!
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Spinning crazy eyes of a maniax with red spiked hair.