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Nearly three months have passed since the Alliance of American Football folded, and now the man who is responsible for that decision wants his money back. Tom Dundon, the AAF Chairman and primary investor, filed as an unsecured creditor claiming he bought into the league following misrepresentations.

Dundon’s initial agreement was for a $250 million investment over time, beginning with $70 million this first season, but The Athletic reports that the legal filing Monday states that the AAF executives knew that there would be an additional $50 million needed in the inaugural season. Dundon seeks the $70 million he invested via a bankruptcy court return.





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