Could fans once again see Montel Vontavious Porter in a WWE ring?
As many will recall, Porter worked for America's No. 1 wrestling promotion from 2006-2010, during which time he played the brash and arrogant "MVP" character.
Porter, a solid mid-carder, was often named as a potential huge star in the company's future, but, after a few years, his once-promising career stalled and he quit the company to pursue other things—most notably a run in Japan.
In the intervening years the star has released a rather ridiculous rap song "Holla to the World", as well as finding success with New Japan Pro Wrestling becoming that company's first-ever IWGP Intercontinental Champion last year.
All in all, in his post-WWE life he seems to be doing quite well for himself.
Though it would seem a second run with WWE isn't entirely out of the question.
Speaking to Aftermath Radio, the former United States Champion was quizzed about a possible Stateside return. He said:
I'll tell you guys...I'm looking at the table, I'm looking at WWE and I'm looking at the talent pool, and what they've got and what's going on. You know, and I won't like to you: sometimes I go, "Hmmm, I wonder, what if?"...If I come back, it'll definitely be with WWE.
Of course, all this is assuming WWE even want him back. It's very possible they will feel he's too old to trust with a sustained push; he is in his early 40's after all.
However, considering the depleted state of their roster in recent times, it's very possible they would jump at the chance of re-signing a star who is, it must be said, a great all-rounder with tons of charisma to boot.