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“HOLLA TO THE WORLD” IS NOW AVAILABLE ON iTUNES!
MVP is one of the most accomplished megastars in the industry today, and continues to impress despite having recently parted ways with WWE. He’s already been an Intercontinental Champion with New Japan Pro Wrestling and was monumental in making their 2011 stateside tour a success. This consummate professional also refuses to lay idle when he’s in-between tours.
Move over Lex Luger, Holla the the World featuring Dwane Sweazie, the modern day mac’s latest music endeavor is the true “total package.” If not for the eye candy, and wrestling personality cameos, MVP delivers catchy respectful lyrics that even Mom and Pop approve. The video itself has everything you expect from the rap genre with its expensive cars and slammin’ feminine assets, while executed tastefully. Let’s hope WWE is taking notes the next time they let Jon Cena or R Truth cut a video.
Like others before him, from Junkyard Dog grabbing cakes, to Ernest Miller pleaing for someone to call his Mamma, this “rapping wrestler” is no joke. We here at RingWriters feel it’s only a matter of time before he takes his skills and appeal to Hollywood.
Be sure to visit mvp305.com and follow MVP on twitter @The305MVP
Back in 1986, Wild World amusement park, now Six Flags America, unveiled their big and white wooden roller coaster the “Wild One.” What better way to promote this ride than with a big and white wrestler, namely the late Big John Stud.
For those interested in roller coasters be sure to check out our sister site CraveCoasters.
While scanning YouTube for the latest K-Pop songs, I came across a most unlikely prop: the WWE championship title. The Korean girl group, 2NE1 does not appear to have any affiliation with the WWE, though respect for them prominently placing the belt. In addition, I couldn’t help but notice one of the singer’s sporting a Rene Dupree esque poodle. Enjoy!
Special thanks to international megastar MVP for inviting RingWriter’s own Crave Cravak to a night on the town in Aomori, Japan. MVP was kind enough to share some insight into his future plans, as well as introducing us to New Japan Pro Wrestling stars Hiroshi Tanahashi, Shinsuke Nakamura, Gedo, and Taka Michinoku as well as famed referee Red Shoes.
More to follow, but for now be sure to subscribe to the MVP305Brand YouTube channel, and look out for his soon to be released music video.