Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Feb 21, 2014
MVP Reveals Why He Signed With TNA Wrestling

MVP Reveals Why He Signed With TNA Wrestling

During a recent interview with and spoke about going to TNA. Here is what he had to say…

“Part of the reason why I chose to go to TNA was because it’s not good for the fans or for the industry when there is just one conglomerate and nowhere else to go. I would like to try (to) help facilitate, creating a situation where WWE has to recognize TNA as a potential competitor. And if you know like I do, WWE holds all the marbles then for the artists, the talent it’s not good for our business, competition is good for business.”

MVP recorded an interview this week with Jim Ross for his Ross Report podcast.

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3 Responses to “MVP Reveals Why He Signed With TNA Wrestling”

  1. RealCreative says:

    As much crap MVP use to talk about TNA he is making sense here….without competition then wrestling is pointless…what made it peak in the 90's was the WCW vs WWE wars…it brought the best out of both companies.

  2. TheFurnitureom says:

    MVP seems to be very ambitious, which is great, but I'm just not seeing the growth of wrestling and a period of 2 top companies for a long long time. Don't get me wrong, it's nothing to do with TNA, it's just the hunger for wrestling across the board. The only reason WWE commands what it does is branding and history associated with 30 years of being on TV and a cornerstone of weekly tv, even then you can see it's not riding a new wave, just living off an old one.

    I just hope TNA can keep going, and that it is kept going, as I have said before, if TNA stopped tomorrow, I would officially no longer be a weekly wrestling viewer.

    As it stands, they have given me no indication that they will stop or even should, so here's to the next 10 years of strong wrestling!

  3. JoeWrestling says:

    Doing it for the money.. Teddy Long cheat him out of his incentive bonus.. playah. And Elix Skipper wants his gimmick back..

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