EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS FOR THE HEYMAN HUSTLE!
Former WWE United States Heavyweight Champion MVP has made history, as the Superstar from the 305 defeated Toru Yano earlier this evening at the old ECW Arena in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to become the very first New Japan Pro Wrestling Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion.
According to an exclusive report posted by PWInsider's Mike Johnson (which you can read HERE), MVP said that Philadelphia fans are some of the toughest fans in the world, bar none. He said that he can't even say what the reaction he got today meant to him. He said this is a special moment on a special day in a special building. He said he is happy to call NJPW his home and he is proud to call himself a PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER. MVP held up the belt and celebrated. Nice promo. MVP's promos and work this weekend were incredible. All you can say is that WWE really dropped the friggin' ball with this guy. His work was absolutely great and it's a shame politics led to his decision to leave, but their loss was absolutely New Japan's gain.
Famed pro wrestling photographer George Tahinos was on hand to capture the history-making moment as it happened, and THE HEYMAN HUSTLE is proud to be the very first media outlet to bring you the exclusive photos of the brand new NJPW Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion.
We will have much more on the new champion tomorrow right here on the Hustle.
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