Alistair Overeem and his former management have resolved their legal issues without the need for a trial and the drama those bring with them.
A press release from the attorney of GLORY indicated as much, today.
Records show that Overeem claimed $151,000 in money owed. In addition to the monetary side of things, Overeem looked to nullify his management contract with them altogether. GLORY countered Overeem and it seemed as if we were headed down the long dark litigious road that is the United States.
The legal battle that would have come from the lawsuit could have possibly been a huge mess. According to the release, “no fewer than six law firms” were involved.
As for the details of the settlement, they were not released. It becomes apparent, however, that one thing did happen: Overeem joining up with ASM’s Glenn Robinson indicates he did get his way in at least one aspect of the dispute. As for the monetary portion, nothing was disclosed, aside from the fact that all parties were happy with the end result.
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