MVP Getting A Huge Push!!

xxValentinoxx Aka rashadCorrespondent IJuly 7, 2009

NEW YORK - APRIL 28:  Actress Sherri Shepherd and wrestler MVP attend the WWE SmackDown at Madison Square Garden on April 28, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by George Napolitano/Getty Images)

It has been foreseen that MVP is getting a huge push at this very moment.

MVP has been getting a lot of exposure lately. He may not always be featured on Raw, but he is on other TV shows like the View and the BET Awards.

If you look between the lines you can see what the WWE is doing. Even though he's not getting as much as a push in the ring, they are molding MVP. They are molding him into a 15-and-up wrestler. When I say that I mean they are molding his character in to a thug mentality character while making him look intelligent.

On Raw this week he held the VIP Lounge with Jack Swagger and had, arguably, the best promo of the night when he showed that gangster mentality. They talked about how MVP went to jail and how he keeps children out of the streets. That really got the crowd behind him. He also said he never backed down from a fight, which sounded kind of like Superman John Cena to me, but it was a good promo all in all.

They should not use MVP to push Swagger. MVP shouldn't be pushing stars yet. He should be getting pushed by a star.

We all know MVP is like the Rock in a lot of ways—from the way he talks to the way he walks. MVP's character is on the horizon. I see MVP in a huge match at next year's Wrestlemania. I believe all the exposure he is receiving on all these shows and events is ultimately going to mold him into the People's Champion in a literal stand point.

MVP has the mic skills and charisma to go from wrestler to becoming an all-time movie star like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. He is the closest thing we have to the Rock today. The WWE may want to cut back on all the exposure they are letting him have or they could lose him before he reaches true greatness.