The NFL has already decided on whether it will return to Las Vegas for another Super Bowl following the city’s first such game.
Super Bowl 58, hosted at the Allegiant Stadium, the home of the Raiders, was a resounding success and it’s said that the league can’t wait to head back there.
“Safe to say the NFL looks forward to coming back,” Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters at a press conference on Monday as he praised the city’s hospitality.
The Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in overtime to win their third Super Bowl in five seasons, extending Patrick Mahomes’ unbeaten run at said venue.
ESPN’s Joe Buck had predicted that something big was bound to go down in Sin City, but he will be disappointed as the week was incident-free, while the game was also an interesting watch despite it being a low-scoring affair.
Vegas has been making a name for itself in the world of sports with the Raiders moving there from Oakland, the Aces dominating WNBA basketball, and the MLB’s A’s looking to relocate there as well.
While the Super Bowl should be back at some point, it will be a while, with the next three set for New Orleans, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.