X-Pac 1, 2, 360 Recap w/ MVP – Lio Rush’s Heat, Lesnar’s UFC Retirement, MVP’s Thoughts on ‘Mania Main Event, More!
He has a 4 year old son now, and he hopes to engrain certain things in him throughout the next few years. By the time his son is 11 or 12 he hopes to be able to have educated discussions with him about his past experiences that should help guide his son away from travelling down a similar path.
MVP says he’s pretty much over wrestling. He’s 45 years old now and always thought he’d be retired by 45, but he knows he can still go and have a good 15-20 minute match. Nonetheless, he thinks he’ll be retiring by the time he’s 47. His passion and love for the business simply isn’t there all the time anymore.
He has no grand plans for his retirement or exit from the business, but he informs that he hopes to become a motivational speaker and open a bar when he retires.
MVP thinks Kofi Kingston and Daniel Bryan should have main-evented WrestleMania this year. He thought that match had the most emotional investment and the race angle was very important for him as well. He notes that it’s important for young black children to have someone like Kofi to look up to.
He adds that Kofi is a genuine human being who has always been a true professional and it was a beautiful thing for him to be rewarded with a Title win like that on the grandest stage of them all.
That sums up today’s episode of X-Pac 1, 2, 360. You can listen to the show yourself anytime here, and I’ll catch ya next week for another recap!