MVP returned to WWE at the Royal Rumble. He worked the next night on Raw against Rey Mysterio as well. He didn’t win either match and then he announced that his final match was on Monday.

Following the announcement of end of his WWE career, MVP clarified that he didn’t sign a deal. He simply wanted his kid to watch him wrestle.

People keep asking me about the “deal I signed” with WWE. I never signed a deal. I came back so that my son could see me wrestle in person and for him to see me wrestle his favorite wrestler.

MVP might wrestle again, but his time in WWE is done. You can also never count out the possibility that MVP could get a call for a Hall Of Fame induction eventually. That would be a great event for his son to attend as well.

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