The widely-read show business journal POPWRECKED covered the WWE/THQ midnight launch of the Smackdown vs Raw 2011 video game, and editor-in-chief Doug West blogged about his experience meeting MVP. Popwrecked also provided WrestleZone with exclusive photos from the signing, which you can view below.
"The line was out the door at the WalMart in Germantown, Wisconsin for the on-sale of WWE’s newest video game release," West wrote, "Popwrecked was in town covering the three days of WWE television (including the Bragging Rights pay per view), and attended several signings including former reality show superstar The Miz, college wrestling standout Jack Swagger, and popular high flyer Kofi Kingston."
West continued, "All these representatives of the WWE brand were professional and courteous to the throngs who came to see them, but none put on a show more than MVP. The Ballin’ Superstar went out of his way to make every fan feel special, and took the time to make sure everyone’s picture came out ok, and each fan was satisfied with their time interacting with him. MVP, who has received strong praise for his work with youth programs (he’s a former resident in the sterling facilities provided by the prison system in The Sunshine State) couldn’t have possibly been more professional or a better representative of WWE. I’ve met hundreds of wrestlers over the years, and can honestly state there was something very different about this inspirational public figure."
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