When Former WWE United States Heavyweight Champion MVP BECAME THE VERY FIRST-EVER IWGP INTERCONTINENTAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION one week ago at the old ECW Arena in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a huge part of his life’s journey had come full circle.
As he described during his SHOCKINGLY OPEN CONVERSATION WITH DAVID LAGANA, MVP used to watch ECW on television while finishing up a federal prison sentence in Florida. Once he broke into professional wrestling, he told all who would listen that New Japan was his favorite style, and becoming a champion in that organization was the honor he considered the most prestigious he could shoot for.
In this, the first part of our series looking back at MVP’s historic title victory, we review his win over Kazuchika Okada in Rahway, New Jersey, enabling The Ballin’ Superstar From The 305 to advance into the semi-finals.
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