IFL Announces Two More Shows:The IFL is trying a different location than Atlantic City, New Jersey. The IFL announced that its next two shows will take place on September 9, 2006 in Portland Oregon and two weeks later on September 23, in Moline, Illinois. On September 9, 2006 at Portland?s Memorial Coliseum, Matt Lindland’s team will debut against the Tiger Sharks and Antonio Inoki?s team will take on the Anacondas. Tickets for this event will go on sale on Saturday, July 1st, 2006. The show on September 23, 2006 will feature the coach of the Silverbacks, Pat Miletich taking on the coach of the Pitbulls, Renzo Gracie. Not only will the coaches go at it, but their respected teams will do battle for the first time in the league?s history. This event will also feature the debut of Mark Coleman?s and Carlos Newton?s teams as they do battle against each other. Tickets for this event go on sale Monday June 26, 2006, at 10:00am. Teams Get a Prime Location w/ Name: Quad City Silverbacks – coached by Pat MiletichNew York Pitbulls ? coached by Renzo GracieSeattle Tiger Sharks ? coached by Maurice SmithLos Angeles Anacondas ? coached by Bas RuttenColumbus Razor Claws ? coached by Mark ColemanToronto Dragons ? coached by Carlos NewtonPortland Wolf Pack – coached by Matt LindlandTokyo Sabres – coached by Antonio Inoki IFL Programming:Starting on July 12th, 2006, the IFL will in Canada on the Rogers Sportsnet station. Along with July 12, the IFL is also scheduled to air on July 16, 17, and 18. These shows will be from the first two IFL shows that happened in Atlantic City. Please check your local listings for time and channel.