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MVP Talks Advice He Gives To Younger Performers

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WWE Superstar MVP recently appeared on WWE After the Bell. The former WWE United States and IWGP Intercontinental Champion discussed a number of topics during his time on the show, including what advice he gives to up and coming pro wrestlers.

‘I always tell young, up and coming professional wrestlers, when you’re trying to play a character that’s not really you, it’s going to be difficult and fans can register that,’ MVP began on the podcast.

‘Sometimes it’s not even consciously, it’s subconsciously they pick up on it” MVP continued. “But, Bobby Lashley really is that combat athlete, Bobby loves to train, Bobby is happiest when he’s training and fighting.”

MVP on Advice To Young Performers

“The Lashley that you see on the screen is Lashley when he’s his own personality turned way up” the former US Champ continued. “MVP is me, with my volume, my personality volume on 11. If you look, that’s the reason that we work so well.”

MVP finished by saying how the greats in WWE have all worked along the lines of their ‘real’ personalities turned up to 11.

‘Historically all of the greats, Stone Cold Steve Austin, that’s Steve with the volume turned way up to his personality” MVP noted. “Dwayne Johnson is The Rock, he just turns his volume on his personality way up.”

“In this case, that’s why me and Bobby work so well together because the dynamic” Montel Vontavious Porter concluded. “Bobby is a man of few words and I always got something to say.’

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