Former WWE Superstar Montel Vontavious Porter responded to internet rumors that TNA was interested in him. MVP has recently been vocal about returning to TV, but he denied he’s going to TNA. MVP also added that he was not “pitching a reality show,” but he did confirm that he’s signed a deal with Lionsgate TV.
You can check out MVP’s tweets below:
The unfounded speculation sights are at it again. Pay them no mind.
I’m not “pitching a reality show” as was erroneously reported. I HAVE, however, come to terms with Lionsgate TV on a production deal.
For what it’s worth, we NEVER said MVP was in talks with TNA or was “pitching a reality show”. We simply stated that Bruce Prichard is pushing for TNA to bring him in. That is the case and we stand by that. The move comes as the company has been releasing people as cost-cutting measures. While MVP uses that name for indy bookings, he would not be able to use it within TNA.