Vinnie Hacker and other event participants came forward and claimed they had yet to receive payment for the event.
With headline fighter Austin McBroom allegedly owning Social Gloves, many turned to him for answers regarding the financial state of the event.
However, Simply Greatness Productions, which operates Social Gloves, sued LiveXLive, with McBroom claiming that the streaming platform is withholding funds from Social Gloves.
Now, court documents have surfaced that suggest LiveXLive is also suing Austin McBroom and SGP for defamation, breach of contract and fraud.
LiveXLive claims that McBroom and SGP said their anticipated paying viewership would be 2.2 million, now the company is asking for “no less than $100 million” in damages.