MVP started his Hurt Business stable with some new faces from NXT named Brendan Vink and Shane Thorne. Both of them disappeared and if you want to know more about that situation you can click here. MVP isn’t giving up his hopes of leading a stable.
Bobby Lashley is currently MVP’s only client, but the former United States Champion has plans for his stable. It will just take a bit more time to figure things out.
While speaking with Talk Sport, MVP discussed his plans to build his stable. He was asked if there is a goal to add numbers and he was very affirmative that will happen.
“Absolutely. It’s something I’ve been discussing and let’s see how things go … let’s just say there’s method to my madness! I think everyone will be pleasantly surprised if I can take this … just watch me work! I’ll leave it at that — watch me work.”
MVP returned to WWE and then became a backstage agent. He eventually found his way back to the ring and when his position as producer was no longer needed due to the pandemic cutting out all road shows.
The Horror Show at Extreme Rules will feature a very interesting United States Title mach as MVP battles Apollo Crews. Both are walking into the match with their own versions of the US Title. Crews is also a guy MVP has tried to recruit into the Hurt Business.