Ryan Lochte wants Alex Rodriguez to show him the money.
The Olympic gold medalist last year went on A-Rod’s CNBC show, “Back in the Game,” in which Rodriguez aimed to mentor athletes who had fallen into hard times. Lochte joined that group after the 2016 Olympics in Rio, when he and three teammates were accused of embellishing a story that they were robbed at gunpoint at a local gas station.
Lochte lost millions of dollars in sponsorships from the incident, but the show with A-Rod was poised to help make up for some of that. Rodriguez had set him up with a deal through the personal training app Fitplan that was reportedly going to pay Lochte $15,000 per month, according to SwimSwam.
But the payments have not come as promised, according to Lochte.
“I was supposed to be…