Nate Diaz’s subsequent quarrel might be in court.
The former UFC pretension contender has been told of a lawsuit filed by his former agent, who he allegedly dismissed only before his rematch with Conor McGregor final year in a pay-per-view hitch that generated millions of dollars in revenue.
According to papers performed by TMZ, The Ballengee Group, who formerly represented Diaz, filed a fit in L.A. Superior County justice while seeking for indemnification in additional of $1 million.
The lawsuit claims that Diaz’s former agents helped negotiate his final few fights, including his rematch with McGregor, that finished adult as one of a biggest pay-per-views in UFC history. Diaz was paid $2 million adult front for a rematch and along with pay-per-view points he stood to make mixed times some-more than that when a dirt finally staid on a event.
The Ballengee Group, led by Diaz’s representative Lloyd Pierson, claims that they were “unexpectedly” dismissed after finishing a negotiations for Diaz’s rematch with McGregor during UFC 202.
Following a split, a Ballengee Group alleges that Diaz never paid them for their cut in a increase done from a rematch with McGregor final August.
Diaz has done no open matter on a matter given a lawsuit was filed.
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