MVP, a WWE veteran and current manager for Omos, recently spoke about his in-ring future in an interview ahead of Wrestlemania 39.
During the interview, MVP was asked if he had any more matches left in him, to which he replied, “I’ve got a few left. I haven’t hung the boots up yet. I’m not as eager to climb into the ring as I once was, but when necessary, I’m still capable.”
The former United States Champion also discussed how he takes care of himself and stays active, saying, “I still do Brazilian jiu-jitsu, but as I’ve gotten older, my workouts have changed. I don’t do regular bodybuilder workouts. Now, I try to do workouts that are more about function and movement. I am coming into my age and embracing my mortality.”
MVP has had a long and successful career in professional wrestling, having competed for several promotions including WWE, TNA, and New Japan Pro Wrestling. He has also worked as a commentator and backstage producer for WWE.
Despite his reduced in-ring schedule, MVP has remained a prominent figure in WWE as the manager of Omos. He has also been involved in storylines with other top stars like Drew McIntyre and Goldberg.
Fans will have to wait and see when MVP decides to step back into the ring, but for now, he remains a valuable asset to WWE as both a manager and on-screen personality.
What do you think of MVP’s comments about his in-ring future? Do you think he still has a few matches left in him, or do you think it’s time for him to hang up the boots for good? Leave a comment.