WICHITA, Kan. -

A wild selling process continues for Wichita's professional indoor football team.

Wichita Wild Owner Wink Hartman tells KWCH Sports that he has reopened the bidding for the team and welcomes new buyers after a deal with Wichita businessman Marvin Fisher fell through. 

The sale of the Wild appeared imminent after Fisher reached a handshake agreement with owner Wink Hartman to purchase the team. According to sources close to KWCH Sports, Fisher had the paperwork for the transaction in his hands late in July. It appeared a mere formality was the only delay in the inevitable sales process.

Hartman added that a potential buyer is located in California; but Hartman made it clear he wants the team to remain in Wichita.