Wrestlers Sue LN

A wrestling promotion company is suing Live Nation and its former parent company, claiming a then-Clear Channel-owned television station reneged on a contract to market and promote events and led to substantial financial and business losses.

Sal Corrente and his WrestlingReunion LLC filed the breach of contract lawsuit in 2007, according to Pro Wrestling News.

The suit claims Clear Channel Entertainment Television lost many hours of footage, including two days of interviews and a comedy show by former WWE and current TNA wrestling star Mick Foley.

The suit also claims Clear Channel failed to market and distribute a documentary DVD from 2004 and 2005 events at a loss of more than $500,000, the News said.