The three-year-old Lingerie Football League, featuring lingerie-clad women in football equipment, has aggressively been building a "global footprint" through expansion.

The three-year-old Lingerie Football League, featuring lingerie-clad women in football equipment, has aggressively been building a

China will get a close-up look at the Lingerie Football League in December when the upstart American circuit undertakes a three-game swing through Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong with a long-term view to forming an Asia league.

Described by league founder Mitchell Mortaza as a "hybrid of American football meets Gladiators," the three-year-old LFL, featuring lingerie-clad women in football equipment, has aggressively been building a "global footprint" through expansion.

Unlike traditional football games that can take up to three hours, LFL features teams of seven playing on an indoor ice hockey rink-like field that is very much a party setting. The 90-minute games features a DJ pumping the music to the fast-paced action that is big on hits, passing and lots of trash talking with the players, coaches and officials all fitted with microphones.

"We're going to first introduce the game in the form of exhibition games, which is what we always do before we go into a territory. And then, who knows, China might have a national team that'll compete in LFL Asia," Mortaza said.

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