John Gaburick, TNA’s Executive Vice President of Creative and Talent Relations confirmed that MVP has officially left the company.
“TNA Impact Wrestling and MVP have mutually agreed to part ways. We wish him the best in the future,” the small statement read.
Meanwhile MVP said the year and a half he spent at TNA were fun and he will be missing the boys and girls in the back. He described the locker room full of passion and talent and true professionals.
MVP decided to call it quits after the Beat Down Clan angle was eliminated from future TNA Impact broadcasts due to Hernandez not being able to appear because of his contract with Lucha Underground.