Former multi-time WWE United States champion MVP spoke with Booker T's Hall of Fame podcast to provide an update on his status with the company following a surprise return at last months Royal Rumble pay per view. MVP states that although he still may still show up on television from time to time, he has confirmed that his main duty is as a backstage producer.
Well, look, I'll say this. I'm gonna go ahead, I'm gonna give you the scoop. Whether or not I'll be seen on WWE television more has yet to be seen, because, you know, I don't make those decisions," MVP began. "I would definitely make myself available for an on-screen role in some capacity. But I'll be joining the team as a backstage producer, so, there's your scoop.
On whether he ever foresaw this day coming to fruition.
Of course, you know, one day the end is gonna come. You know, it's going to happen one day. But, when you're young and touring the world and you're making money, you're a pro wrestler, that seems like a million years away," he continued. "And then, one day you wake up and you got gray in your chin, your back hurts and you realize, '20 years just went by, what happened?
Prior to his return, MVP made special appearances in Ring of Honor and IMPACT Wrestling. He was involved in a special APA segment for WWE's 25th anniversary show back in 2018. Last Monday saw the return of his "VIP Lounge" segment, where Rumble winner Drew McIntyre took him out with a Claymore kick. Check out his full comments in the video above. (H/T and transcribed by Fightful)