MVP talks about his knee injury

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MVP talks about his knee injury

One of the characters that have been fundamental for the Monday Night Raw storylines of the last few months, is certainly that MVP, who was joined by Bobby Lashley now several months ago, with the former US WWE champion, who also owns the record with one of the longest reigns ever, which thus remained alongside the All Mighty until the unexpected success of the WWE Championship victory.

After many years since his debut in the rings of the McMahon company, Bobby Lashley has so managed to reach the top of the world, thanks to MVP, that in this whole storyline it has been fundamental, both to agree with The Miz, to get his client to attack in the best moments.

MVP has had an amazing year since his return to WWE

In his latest interview with WWE Espanol, MVP returned to talk about the knee problem that has sadly been gripping him for months, with Lashley's manager walking using a cane for several weeks now.

In his last speech to the microphones of the federation, with the Spanish interviewer, MVP said: "As many of you know, my knee has been giving me a lot of trouble for some time now. I got injured a few months ago in the ring and now it's a little better, even if I'm not completely healed.

We are trying to avoid the operation. We will do other procedures and if they don't work then we will try to opt for a minor knee arthroscopy operation. But, that time has not yet come. We'll try some more treatments first."

For all those who wondered why MVP was still walking around with the stick, it was the fighter and manager himself who answered, with an answer that seems totally real, but which could still be part of it. of the kayfabe and therefore be an excuse not to fight, or even to remain ready if he were to return to action in a lightning manner, to defend his WWE Champion, but this does not seem to be the case.

One of the main reasons why MVP is not considering helping Keith Lee could be that he is taking care of things for Bobby Lashley. The All Mighty has been on a roll as WWE Champion and looks set to hold the title for a long time.

However, these plans could be thwarted by Drew McIntyre, who has once again emerged as the No.1 Contender for the WWE Championship. In an attempt to fend off the Scottish Warrior, MVP enlisted the services of former RETRIBUTION members T-Bar and Mace.