Ray Borg goes after former managers with commission complaint

May 29, 2018

MMA Junkie reports that Ray Borg has filed a complaint against the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department alleging that his former management team was never licensed as a coach or manager.  His former management team sued Borg for unpaid commissions.

Junkie has a copy of the Amended Complaint filed by Wild Bunch Management, LLC in the Second Judicial District Court in the State of New Mexico.  Borg filed an Answer to the Amended Complaint on May 16, 2018 per court records.

The New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department oversees the state’s athletic commission and licenses athletic trainers.  Prior to his official court response, he filed the complaint with the commission claiming he committed multiple breaches of a management contract and was treated unfairly.

Payout Perspective:

The commission complaint is ancillary to the lawsuit filed by Borg’s former management although it seems like a scorched earth strategy as he claims in the complaint that his former manager held unsanctioned fights known as “smokers” illegally.  These claims are unlikely to deflect the claims made against Borg, but it will show that the flyweight is not the only one that may have been in the wrong.

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