Booker T Names His WWE MVP Of The COVID-19 Era

On a recent episode of The Hall of Fame, Brad Gilmore asked Booker T who he thinks has been the MVP (most valuable player) of WWE during the COVID-19 era.

Not only has this era been a strange one for wrestling fans watching at home, but also challenging for the wrestlers themselves as in the early months of the pandemic there were no fans in arenas, but rather an empty gym at the Performance Center. A lot of WWE Superstars notably struggled with the lack of a live audience.

According to the WWE Hall of Famer, Booker T thinks MVP (Montel Vontavious Porter) has made the biggest impact during this era.

“Well, right now even though it’s been a short time, I think MVP and the Hurt Business, I think MVP has made a bigger splash in the COVID era just because he’s been going out and creating some really, really good drama and not having to do anything to create it, other than just go out and speak and talk. He’s making me remember everything.”

“Honestly I think I remember this career so much more than I did his first career and I’m not saying that, just because, I really feel like this time he’s in a groove and if I had to give it to anybody it would be him, to be honest, yeah.”

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