MVP has been hanging around WWE ever since he made his shock return back at the Royal Rumble. After the former United States Champion failed to recruit Edge as a client and then failed to win his Money in the Bank qualifying match last week, it appears that he has finally found a tag team to manage.
Following the victory for Cedric Alexander and Ricochet, MVP appeared on the Titantron where he unveiled Shane Thorne and Brendon Vink as his newest clients. The duo made their debut on Raw last week and were defeated by Alexander and Ricochet, but Montel Vontavious Porter made it clear that this was a fluke and the former NXT stars want a rematch. Of course Alexander and Ricochet accepted and the match was made official.
Another tag team match which will take place next week on Raw will see The Street Profits take on The Viking Raiders with the Raw Tag Team Championships on the line, as WWE continues to push the talent in their Tag Team Division.
Seth Rollins battles Drew McIntyre next weekend at Money in the Bank with the WWE Championship on the line, but this week on Raw the two men signed the contract to make their match official and it was a signing that allowed Rollins to attempt to explain his actions.
Rollins believes that McIntyre isn’t a leader at present which is why he needs to take the Championship and the burden of being a leader away from him, obviously, McIntyre doesn’t believe his hype.
As with many WWE contract signings, this one ended when things turned physical and interestingly it was Buddy Murphy who returned to reunite with Rollins and then went on to take a Claymore to ensure that Rollins was able to leave unscathed.
The former Cruiserweight Champion is now Rollins’ only follower with AOP off TV following Rezar’s injury, so it will be interesting to see if Murphy plays a role in Rollins’ Championship match at Money in the Bank.