TNA Impact Wrestling begins with a recap of last week’s Impact. Kenny King vs. Eric Young, Eric got the win when the locker room emptied out to even the odds.
TNA Impact Wrestling opens with Eric Young standing in the ring. He says he won the belt for himself, but he will be a champion for the fans. This is his way of paying the fans back. 10 years of unsolicited support for him, and this is payback.
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The last time that Montel Vontavious Porter – better known as MVP – wrestled in south Florida, it was four years ago and with a different company. Now, the Miami-based wrestler is finally making his return as part of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling’s Lockdown event this Sunday which airs live on pay-per-view.
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The Wrestling Observer is reporting that Montel Vontavious Porter aka MVP is technically working under a verbal contract versus a written contract with TNA.
While his current status is under question what is known is that MVP made his debut last week without a written contract with the company.
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TNA’s Impact Wrestling faded to black Thursday night with the image of former WWE superstar MVP being revealed as the “secret investor” in the company.
As seen at the end of last night’s TNA iMPACT! broadcast, former WWE Superstar MVP is using his WWE gimmick name in TNA as well.
The reason he’s able to use the MVP name is because he created it. They are going to need to change the “Montel Vontavious Porter” name as WWE owns the rights to that.
- As seen on last night's Impact Wrestling, former WWE star MVP is the new investor in TNA. He is able to use the name MVP because he created it but likely won't be able to use the name Montel Vontavious Porter, which WWE created.
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- Although vocal about a return to TV recently, former WWE star Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) has seemingly ruled out a stint with TNA and responded to reports that the company has reached out to him. See his tweets below…The unfounded speculation sights are at it again. Pay them no mind.— MVP (@The305MVP) July 4, 2013I'm not "pitching a reality show" as was erroneously...
Former WWE Superstar Montel Vontavious Porter responded to internet rumors that TNA was interested in him. MVP has recently been vocal about returning to TV, but he denied he’s going to TNA. MVP also added that he was not “pitching a reality show,” but he did confirm that he’s signed a deal with Lionsgate TV.
You can check out MVP’s tweets below:
The unfounded speculation...