LA Guerrillas Allegedly Pay Brack’s Missing Salary from Toronto Ultra
The Toronto Ultra / Brack CDL drama is a really fascinating, telling story. We recently heard that Brack was mistreating Brack, refusing to pay him the salary owed when he had to leave for personal family reasons. Brack alleges that the Toronto Ultra didn’t and would not pay his salary. Further, they wouldn’t let him return home for a family member’s surgery. Toronto claims they did pay him, which was admittedly marred by some pretty sketchy social media activity. What we’ve learned today, is that the LA Guerrillas apparently believe Brack, and have offered to pay the salary Brack is missing.
Now that’s a classy move, however, you spell it.
A Tale of One Salary
Toronto Ultra claim they did not owe Brack money for that time spent away, but they shoot themselves in foot with their social media posts. This is through a Twitlonger that slanders Brack’s name, despite claiming in another post that they had no intention of discussing the matter and were doing everything above board.
Toronto Ultra very much say one thing and mean another, when it comes to Brack. So when we saw that LA Guerrillas are willing to pay Brack the salary he’s missing due to Toronto Ultra’s alleged shenanigans, we were so happy for Brack.
What’s so wholesome about this story is that the LA Guerrillas reached out to pay Brack’s missing salary out of nowhere. This was stated to Breaking Point by Brack himself when he said this:
“Los Angeles Guerrillas reached out and offered to cover the part that Ultra didn’t. I didn’t expect it at all, but it was so generous for them to offer. Can’t say enough about what Guerrillas did for me in this situation.”
This isn’t an isolated incident for Toronto Ultra it seems. Toronto Ultra has had disputes with Nicholas “Classic” DiCostanzo and Daniel “Loony” Loza, in regards to their strict geolocation policy. The team requires all players to remain in Toronto for the whole of the season.
The LA Guerrillas being willing to pay Brack’s missing salary, apropos of nothing makes us think that there’s some actual weight to the Toronto Ultra’s misconduct. We don’t have any actual facts for who is innocent or guilty in this matter though. If it turns out that the Toronto Ultra lied in their statement, that’s going to definitely harm them in the long run.
What do you guys think though? Is it suspicious that Ultra said one thing on Twitter and immediately dropped a Twitlonger to slander a former player? Are the LA Guerrillas just making a smart move to be seen as “Good Guys”, or is there something to how the Ultra has acted in this whole situation? We’d love to know your thoughts on it!