Veteran WWE superstar Montel Vontavious Porter, popularly known as MVP has been an exciting addition to the current modern-day television product. However, he has not stepped inside the squared circle for over two years and even addressed his retirement speculations before.

The former WWE United States Champion has primarily appeared as a manager during his second run in the company working with top-tier talents such as Bobby Lashley forming the Hurt Business and upcoming stars like Omos.

MVP recently posted video on Instagram to update fans on his status. In the video, he discussed a workout he had just completed and mentioned that in two weeks, he would be traveling to Mexico for stem cell therapy. He assured fans that he hasn’t officially retired and plans to return to the ring after his upcoming procedure.

“I’m getting ready for my stem cell therapy trip to Mexico. Getting my body ready. I want to wrestle a bit more before I hang them up for good! 🤔 What do you think?”


The former WWE tag team champion last wrestled on the July 18, 2022, edition of RAW, where he and his current associate Omos faced The Street Profits, Angelo Dawkins, and Montez Ford in an exciting tag team match.

With MVP not closing the door on his in-ring career and ready to undergo stem cell therapy, we will have to wait and see when he recovers to full strength and step back inside the ring for one more run.

What are your thoughts on MVP making it clear that his in-ring career is not over? Sound off in the comments!

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