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In advance of this weekend's Super Bowl, we're going to look at another football championship game — this one in China. A grass roots football league has sprouted there in recent years and the title game was held between two Shanghai teams, the Nighthawks and the Warriors.
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Far from Sunday's Super Bowl, another championship game takes place in China, where a grassroots league is gaining fans. The players learned about football via Hollywood movies and online NFL games.
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In advance of Sunday's Super Bowl, we're going to look at another football championship game. A grass roots football league in China is gaining fans. The title game was held between 2 Shanghai teams.
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