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MVP off the Slammiversary main event after knee injury

The main event for this Sunday’s Slammiversary pay-per-view has been canceled just three days prior to the show as MVP has not been cleared to wrestle.

MVP injured his knee when he was working a match at an indy show in Preston in the United Kingdom last weekend. He did not wrestle the next night and was on crutches during the show, telling the fans that he heard a pop in his knee.

TNA’s John Gaburick posted on Twitter that MVP is suffering from a torn meniscus and doctors would not clear him for the pay-per-view. He was set to wrestle Eric Young for the TNA title in the main event.

“A fair replacement main event for #Slammiversary will be announced later today,” Gaburick wrote.

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