Lingerie Bowl Dominated by Los Angeles Temptation for Third Year: PHOTOS

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Mon, Feb 6, 2012 at 4:40 PM
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While you were enjoying halftime festivities with Madonna yesterday the perv pay-per-view nation was tuning in to the real competition:

Lingerie Bowl IX.

Are you ready for some freak ball?

Turns out, L.A., you are indeed:

The Los Angeles Temptation are three-time champions!

(Lifting a player over your head, pouring Gatorade over one, and/or slapping one on the butt takes on a whole new meaning here, people.)

click to enlarge In some quarters this would be sexual harassment. - LFL
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  • In some quarters this would be sexual harassment.

Coming from the land of Frederick's of Hollywood, the original lingerie store, this doesn't surprise us.

The Temptation beat the Philadelphia Passion 28-6 in Las Vegas Sunday.

According to the league:

Temptation Head Coach David Bizub and Defensive Coordinator Tui Suiaunoa, along with several veterans, hoist the Lingerie Bowl 'Ring of Champions' Trophy once again, marking an unprecedented third trip to the apex of the LFL World.

... Many experts felt that this game would be close, but in the end, L.A.'s championship swagger coupled with Philadelphia's lethargic play ultimately equaled a blowout score.

click to enlarge Forget NFL: L.A. is winning. - LFL
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  • Forget NFL: L.A. is winning.

You see, L.A., you fret too much about our lack of NFL. We have football. Thick, naked-lady football. We don't need no stinkin' men's team.

[@dennisjromero / djromero@laweekly.com / @LAWeeklyNews]

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