That’s a big win. There have been some cool moments in 2020 with some of them leading to bigger things down the line. One of the moments that might have flown under the radar at the time was the return of MVP, who came back to WWE at the Royal Rumble and has stuck around ever since. He has been made into a manager, but that does not mean he is completely done competing.
The Hurt Business has become one of the hottest things on Monday Night Raw in recent months and they have done it in style. The team has a great look and has dominated almost everyone they have come across so far. They have also won various titles, including the Raw Tag Team and United States Title, but that left MVP without some gold. However, that is no longer the case.
MVP sent out a tweet with a photo of the Hurt Business posing with their titles, while MVP was holding a gold medal. In the tweet, MVP revealed that he had won the gold medal in a recent IBJJF Masters Tournament Brazilian jiu-jitsu competition this past Saturday. MVP also still competes as a wrestler in WWE, as he and Bobby Lashley wrestled in a tag team match this week on Monday Night Raw.
For the people that have been asking what medal I'm holding in this photo, let me inform you. On Saturday I won a Brazilian jiu-jitsu world championship competing in the IBJJF Masters tournament. The Hurt Business had an eventful weekend! Now you know. ?#thehurtbusiness pic.twitter.com/iJyJ5QMfb0
— MVP (@The305MVP) December 21, 2020
Opinion: This is the kind of thing that is going to put MVP on a slightly higher level as it gives some a more legitimate credential. How easy is it to say “he’s a World Champion in Brazilian jiu-jitsu” and make him seem like a bigger deal? It works out perfectly well and adds into the idea of the Hurt Business being a collection of some of the best talent around. Also, it’s pretty cool to have someone be the best in the world at something like this, so well done on the win too.
What do you think of the Hurt Business? What should MVP do next? Let us know in the comments below.
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