Boxer's Manager Accuses Co., Law Firm VGC Of Racketeering

By Clarice Silber (December 21, 2020, 6:31 PM EST) -- The manager of a world champion boxer has sued law firm VGC LLP and a management and promotional company allegedly linked to organized crime, claiming the company was engaged in a racketeering scheme to interfere with his contract with the athlete.

Moses Heredia filed a lawsuit in California federal court against MTK Global Sports Management LLC, VGC, Golden Boy Promotions Inc and other parties on Friday alleging MTK improperly entered into a "marketing advisory" agreement with boxer Joseph Diaz and provided him a $100,000 advance using funds derived from drug trafficking and money laundering.

"Here, MTK has attempted to acquire an interest in...

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