So word going around the internet is that TNA might be interested in bringing M.V.P. into the company.
I suppose if he were to show up in TNA, he could always use the Antonio Banks name he used prior to his run with the WWE.According to the Wrestling Observer, Bruce Prichard has been making a play for former WWE star MVP to join TNA. If he does sign, he won't be able to use the MVP name. MVP has been trying to pitch a reality show on prison life and being in TNA could potentially open doors to Spike TV for the project.
MVP stated on Twitter that he would be open to joining TNA and working with the likes of Kurt Angle, Samoa Joe, Mr. Anderson and Bobby Roode.