MVP & WWE In Talks For Long-Term Contract

MVP’s return to WWE was originally intended to be for a producer role. When the company nixed touring that eliminated a need for another producer, but MVP found his way on television in a big way.

The Hurt Business grew in a big way this week with the addition of Shelton Benjamin. There are also rumors that a revamped version of the Nation Of Domination could be on the way as well.

The leader of the Hurt Business could be sticking around for a lot longer. While speaking with the Gorilla Position podcast, MVP revealed that WWE is so pleased with his performance that they are working on a longer contract for him.

“It went so well that I was invited to San Antonio the night next for Monday Night RAW and I was given an opportunity to wrestle Rey Mysterio who’s my son’s favorite wrestler and then I was offered a job as a producer which I accepted because I had the intention of retiring anyway, and I was working as a producer and then I was asked to do an on-screen V.I.P. Lounge and then I was asked to do a short match and another on-screen segment and another and another and another and before I knew it, my producer — my responsibilities as a producer became less and less as I was asked to do more and more as talent, and now I can say that the WWE and myself are in negotiations for a long-term deal.”

This is no big surprise since MVP has excelled in his role since returning to WWE. He is not only a veteran performer, but he can also still hold his own in the ring and dominates on the microphone. This could be a good sign for fans of MVP everywhere.

What do you think about MVP’s return to become a more prominent figure in WWE? Sound off in the comments below!!

Thanks to Post Wrestling for the quote

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