A trial date has been set for the lawsuit filed by former XFL commissioner Oliver Luck against Vince McMahon.
Per PWInsider, the lawsuit will go to trial on July 11, 2022.
Luck had filed a lawsuit against McMahon, Alpha Entertainment LLC and World Wrestling Entertainment for wrongful termination in April 2020. Luck claimed to be owed $23.8 million, as his contract was for a $5 million annual salary and yearly $2 million bonus through 2023, as well as other damages and attorney fees.
Vince McMahon had then filed a countersuit alleging that Luck defied McMahon’s orders when it came to signing players. McMahon later alleged that Luck repeatedly shared confidential XFL information with NFL agent William Wilson, who is Luck’s brother-in-law.
The XFL filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in April and was then purchsed for $15 million in August by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Dani Garcia and RedBird Capital Partners.
We will continue to provide updates on the situation as they become available.
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