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MVP Is Down but Not out

Danny SmithContributor IDecember 19, 2008

MVP usually stands for "Most Valuable Player," however, MVP (Montel Vontavious Porter) is looking more like the water boy.

How did the once "Highest paid entertainer in the history of SmackDown" and the longest-running United States champion be reduced to a glorified jobber?

Granted, it is a storyline, but the WWE is seriously wasting one of its best talents by doing this ridiculous storyline that seems to be going nowhere.

I mean Kung Fu Naki has more victories in the past month than MVP has had since August.

However, I believe that this storyline will result in gold for MVP. How, you ask? It is simple...

For the next few weeks (maybe months), MVP keeps losing miserably match after match until he is reduced to almost nothing. The champion at the time (heel or face—maybe Hardy if he lasts that long) challenges him because they know that they can beat him. Everyone laughs and poor MVP is thrown into the lion's den.

But, a miracle happens and MVP wins the championship out of the blue and ends this "slump."

I personally would love this and it would be a huge shock to not only the wrestlers themselves, but the whole WWE Universe.

What do you guys think? If you don't like this idea, what other ideas might you have for good ole MVP.

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