According to a report by Dave Meltzer, MVP reportedly has some heat on him within WWE at the moment. While not a whole lot of details are known, his work in the ring has been criticized as of late and is said to have been told to work in the ring more like Shelton Benjamin.
- As posted last week, there is some backstage heat on former WWE United States Champion MVP. The heat seems to have started when WWE recently had a drug test. WWE brings in drug testing monitors to make sure the talents aren
Think I'll have a wank over these tomorrow.
Now I don't agree with what MVP apparently said to the drug testers if indeed true, but what the **** has that got to do with him out in the ring drawing heat? I always thought MVP drew plenty of heat in the similar sort of fashion as Orton, being the the cocky arrogant heel. Maybe it's just me I don't know, but i've never really heard all that much heel heat for Shelton to classify him as a successful heel that people should look to follow.
Would you want to drop your pants and have some dude watch you pee?, seriously though I have to side with MVP on this, I think The TESTER that he apparently annoyed needs to stop taking his job too seriously, he watches people pee for heaven's sake, and as for the Higher ups I give them there dues they are pushing every person in the main event spot equally and are really elevating the smackdown brand cos of it, and as for dog house well let the fans decide MVPS future, he aint going no where thats for sure
I would tend to disagree... it's a job that really does need to be taken seriously. Take it from someone who's studying to be an auditor, you can kid around once in a while but it's serious business, whether you're counting inventory in a supermarket or watching someone urinate.Maybe the dude overreacted and shouldn't have complained but it's his job, I can't blame him for being serious about it.
what about guys like MVP who have to be subjected to humiliation, they have to piss in front of someone because the wwe does not trust them, the company has been stripping away at there rights for a while now, they are contracted talent and do not have to put up with the crap they are going through so that they can keep there dream job alive, what MVP did is try and bring humor to an otherwise difficult situation
Just because it's a serious job in the sense that it's there to help people, it doesn't mean that you can't understand an obvious joke. I'm on MVP's side on this, considering how he deserves to be in the main event way more then Jeff Hardy, who seems to always be on drugs, yet gets more of a push.
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