With the announcement of the AUDL settling its lawsuit against the Connecticut Constitution and Rhode Island Rampage, gears are moving in New York as both the AUDL and MLU look to set up shop. We talk about the New York market before turning to a discussion of the on-going discussion about the NexGen “pro” league.
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Charlie Eisenhood is the editor-in-chief of Ultiworld.
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Wesley Cronk is the Vice President of Business Development of Ultiworld. Originally from West Palm Beach, Florida, he started playing ultimate in high school and split his college ultimate between the University of Florida and New York University. He has played open club with Vicious Cycle (Gainesville) and Fox Trot Swag Team Unity (New York). He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.
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TAGGED: AUDL, Bryan Ricci, Connecticut Constitution, Deep Look, Major League Ultimate, New York Empire, New York Rumble, NexGen Pro League