Former WWE/TNA star MVP recently spoke with the Miami Herald while he was attending a Brain Buster Pro event.
On keeping the “MVP” character after leaving WWE:
“I have to give them [WWE] credit, the deal we worked out they allowed me to maintain the ownership of the whole ‘MVP’ persona. So, we worked out a deal where they could use it, but they acknowledged that it’s my intellectual property and I’ll always be grateful for that, because they didn’t have to do that and I was a young, green guy, I would have gone along with whatever deal, but they took care of me.”
On performing at WrestleMania:
“My dream was Wrestle Kingdom for New Japan Pro Wrestling, and I experienced that, but my goal was WrestleMania. People have goals and we have dreams and I was fortune enough that I was able to achieve both…To be on the biggest stage, in the biggest company, on the biggest wrestling show in the world, multiple times, it’s unbelievable and I will always be grateful for those opportunities.”
MVP also discussed his wrestling career and. You can hear the full interview here.