Pro Wrestling News: Former WWE Superstar MVP Comments on TNA

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Pro Wrestling News: Former WWE Superstar MVP Comments on TNA
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Former WWE superstar Montel Vontavious Porter, or more commonly known as MVP, recently posted some interesting comments about TNA via his official twitter account.

 

Fans asked him what he thought of the company and if he ever planned on working for TNA, he replied with the following comment:

 

I have no intention of working there.


Another fan asked MVP to compare wrestling promotions with high-performance sports cars.

 

He commented that the WWE to no surprise, would be a Lamborghini, New Japan Pro Wrestling would be a Corvette and he went on to say that TNA would be a Toyota MR2, a sports car that is no longer in production.

 

On the surface, it would seem that MVP has the feeling that TNA can no longer compete with the WWE and to a lesser extent, New Japan Pro Wrestling.

He did have some more positive comments regarding TNA.  He said the following:

 

I WANT TNA to do better. I have many friends & acquaintances that work there.


MVP worked in the WWE from 2006 to 2010 and had a very successful run with the company. He captured WWE championship gold on several occasions, most notably the WWE United States Championship.

 

He had worked several great programs with such WWE superstars as Kane and Ric Flair, but his most famous feud was with Chris Benoit, where they locked up in some fantastic technical matches.

 

MVP was released from the WWE in December 2010, and he moved on to New Japan Pro Wrestling. He became a massive star in the promotion and captured gold there as well, winning the IWGP Intercontinental Championship.

 

Rumors were circulating throughout the Internet wrestling community that MVP may return to the WWE, but that has not been confirmed. If he ends up making a return to the WWE, he will most likely pick up where he left off in his great career.

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