MVP has been a staple of WWE television throughout his two runs with the company. He also has a very bizarre sense of humor that fans may not always understand, and he may or may not subscribe to certain conspiracy theories as well. That being said, it appears that MVP made it clear he isn’t retired yet.

MVP had a rough upbringing and grew up fending for himself on numerous occasions. In fact, he spent several years in jail and MVP has always acknowledged how it changed him.

MVP isn’t only known for his accomplishments as an in-ring competitor, as MVP has been the manager of The Hurt Business and “The Nigerian Giant” Omos. After all, many fans feel MVP is a shoo in for the WWE Hall Of Fame.

MVP’s most recent match happened last year on the July 18th episode of Raw. Fans wondered if he ended up Retiring. MVP took to Instagram and made it clear he hasn’t retired.


“I’m not ‘retired’ YET…And if you like the song, please follow me on Spotify or Apple music and add it to your playlists.

MVP remains a free agent as he is currently the manager for Omos, who has remained absent from WWE television since his loss to Seth Rollins at WWE Backlash back in May. We’ll have to see when Omos and MVP will return on WWE television.

What’s your take on this story? Do you want to see MVP back on WWE television? Let us know in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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