Vince McMahon claims ex-XFL commissioner Oliver Luck "abandoned" his duties when the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in March ... and that's one of the main reasons Vince fired him, according to court documents.
Remember, Oliver Luck sued Vince McMahon back in April, claiming he was wrongfully terminated from his role as the commish and CEO of the XFL on April 9.
In his initial court docs, Luck redacted many of the details behind his allegations.
But now, Vince's attorney has filed his own court docs spelling out the reasons McMahon axed Luck. The details have now been made public.
First, McMahon claims Luck "effectively abandoned his responsibilities" on March 13 by shutting down the XFL offices in Connecticut ... and instead, working from home in Indiana.
McMahon claims Luck failed to "devote substantially all of his business time to his XFL duties as required by the contract."