Talent part of Crossfire TV taping not paid

A lot of talent that appeared for the Crossfire Entertainment television taping in Nashville weren’t paid that night and checks later bounced. Marcus Pastorious, the promoter for Crossfire Wrestling, sent out an email saying it was unprofessional of him to come to the show with no cash. He added he made a $25,000 deposit that didn’t clear and that he was stiffed on an investment with a friend. Pastorious said he would pay everyone that was part of the show and pre-pay everyone at the next scheduled taping in March. Talent involved are already wondering about the future of the company after this took place.

Source: The Wrestling Observer

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