WWE superstar MVP, Montel Vontavious Porter, is still winning titles at the ripe age of 47-years-old.
MVP traded in the pro wrestling honors for a world title on a different kind of mat when he won the IBJFF Master Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament.
For the people that have been asking what medal I'm holding in this photo, let me inform you. On Saturday I won a Brazilian jiu-jitsu world championship competing in the IBJJF Masters tournament. The Hurt Business had an eventful weekend! Now you know. --#thehurtbusiness pic.twitter.com/iJyJ5QMfb0— MVP (@The305MVP) December 21, 2020
MVP, real name Hassan Hamid Assad, posted the following video of him receiving his award and noted that he received his brown belt in BJJ after the tournament.
The 47-year old Houston, Texas native trains out of the Gracie Barra Champions academy. He also held the United States championship in WWE earlier this year and currently manages The Hurt Business. The faction boasts current United States Champion Bobby Lashley and RAW Tag Team champions Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin.