Hitmen Alternate Logo
The New York-New Jersey Hitmen were one of the eight teams that competed in the XFL, a professional football league that operated for just one season in 2001. The team's alternate logo was an iconic symbol of their brief existence and has since become a popular piece of sports memorabilia.
The original design featured two crossed tomahawks with wings on either side, representing both New York and New Jersey as well as the strength and power associated with these states. The colors used to represent each state were also incorporated into the logo; red for NY, and blue for NJ. Additionally, there was an orange outline around each element which gave it a unique look compared to other logos at the time.
Since its debut in 2001, this alternate logo has been embraced by fans across all levels of fandom from casual viewers to diehard supporters who own merchandise featuring this design or have even gotten tattoos dedicated to it! It is truly remarkable how much impact such a simple yet powerful image can have on people’s lives - something that will likely continue long after memories fade away about what happened during those ten weeks when XFL took over our television screens back then!
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A football guy wearing a leather helmet looking very angry with the letter “H.”