Veteran grappler MVP (Montel Vontavious Porter) took to Instagram on Wednesday to state that his match against Rey Mysterio on Monday’s scene of Raw was the last WWE match of his vocation. Over nine years after his release from WWE in 2010, MVP was an unexpected contestant in the men’s Royal Rumble coordinate Sunday. Brock Lesnar eliminated the 46-year-old veteran in only 24 seconds.
His words after the match
Following his appearance in the Rumble coordinate, MVP posted a photograph on Instagram of himself and his child nearby Mysterio with the subtitle: “In the event that you will humor me in a snapshot of unadulterated, unashamed narrow-mindedness, this evening wasn’t for me, or for any of YOU. Today around evening time was for this. For my Lil Dude. Much obliged to you, Rey. I love you, brother!”
Since his takeoff from WWE in 2010, MVP has wrestled everywhere throughout the world for various organizations, including New Japan Pro-Wrestling, TNA/Impact Wrestling and Ring of Honor. Most strikingly, MVP held the IWGP Intercontinental Championship in NJPW.
Before his discharge from WWE in 2010, MVP was a predictable nearness in the mid-card for a long time. During that time, he was a double-cross United States champion and one-time WWE Tag Team champion.
MVP appeared with WWE to a lot of exhibit in 2006, as he was introduced as a big deal free specialist and a significant star. While MVP’s post suggested he isn’t totally done as an active wrestler, his time was great.
In spite of the fact that MVP never truly arrived at headliner status in WWE, he was on TV routinely and even had his own meeting section called the VIP Lounge. Even though MVP was a quick exit in the Rumble he was always on the positive side