FloSports' CEO has been reportedly ousted from the company.
According to a report from the Pro Wrestling Torch, FloSports employees were informed yesterday that CEO Martin Floreani would be "stepping away" from Flosports. The report said that their sources indicated that Floreani was forced out of the company.
Floreani was heavily involved with the lawsuit between WWN and FloSports after they had a fallout a few months ago over a spreadsheet that had PPV buyrate data that led to FloSlam, the wrestling part of the FloSports streaming network, striking a deal with WWN owner Sal Hamoui that would enable them to air all WWN content back in October of 2016. FloSports alleges that WWN was sent fraudulent business records that bettered their chances of striking a deal with the company. Since the split, FloSlam has largely been inactive, with no content airing in months and most of their staff being laid off. Their website has not been updated since November.
No location has been determined as to where the FloSports vs. WWN lawsuit will be held at.