Former WWE wrestler MVP ends run with New Japan Pro Wrestling

Posted in: WWE News
Feb 26, 2013 - 10:29 AM

Former WWE wrestler MVP announced via Twitter that he has resigned from New Japan Pro Wrestling. "I informed NJPW that I would no longer accept dates," he wrote. "I would like to thank @njpw1972 for allowing me to realize a dream! I love Japan and will forever be grateful. I left on good terms as always."

Powell's POV: Only time will tell what MVP's next career move is. I was always high on his act in WWE and felt they could have done a lot more with the character.

Update: MVP followed up on Twitter. "I'm currently working on a TV project with Lionsgate TV. I'll release more details soon. But right now I'm not affiliated with ANY company. I WILL return to wrestling eventually. The door is open for a return to WWE, NJPW, and even TNA. However my focus now is developing my TV show." He did state that Ring of Honor is not an option.

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