As noted, MVP recently announced on Twitter that he was no longer with TNA. According to those within TNA, the promotion blamed MVP for the Hernandez incident as he was pushing them to bring him back to replace Samoa Joe. TNA had to edit upcoming shows so Hernandez wouldn’t be in them due to his breach of contract with Lucha Underground.
It should be noted that MVP planned to leave TNA before the Hernandez incident happened, but it was actuallyTNA’s decision to fire him before he could give his notice to the promotion.
I don’t see how MVP would be to blame for anything since it should be the job of TNA’s legal department to make sure that Hernandez was legally able to appear on their show.
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