MVP Says He Had Conversations In The Past With Bianca Belair About Adding Her To The Hurt Business

MVP believes Bianca Belair is every bit as good as she says she is.

MVP was recently on the WWE After the Bell podcast and previewed the WWE Royal Rumble 2022 card, giving his thoughts and some of the matches along the way.

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Speaking about the WWE Raw Women's Championship match between Becky Lynch and Doudrop, MVP said he's actually a fan of Doudrop and has been for years but admitted he did not feel comfortable having a conversation about the top spot in the WWE Women's Championship picture if that conversation did not include Bianca Belair

"I need to discuss Bianca Belair and my opinion of that 20-second loss to 'Big Time Becks' that needs to be eventually — I could go on a 30-minute tirade about that in itself, but we won't do that here today. What we will say is this: Bianca Belair vs. Sasha Banks [at WrestleMania 37] was one of the best matches I have ever seen, gender aside, and we know what Sasha is what she's done and Bianca stepped into a main event... It doesn't get any bigger than that and she proved why she is, truly, 'The EST.'"

Continuing on, MVP admitted he would not mind seeing Doudrop dethrone Becky Lynch as long as at the end of the day, Bianca eventually comes around to take back the Women's Championship.

"I don't want to talk about any other women in the WWE. Bianca Belair isn't in the conversation, because she truly is The EST. She's the fastest, she's the strongest, she's the best. I can't see a conversation about the WWE Women's Championship without Bianca Belair in it, Doudrop, I would love to see her do well. Hell, I wouldn't mind seeing her 'Big Time Becks' and having an opportunity to stand at the top of the mountain only because when it's all said and done 'The EST' Bianca Belair comes back in and takes that title from her or anyone else. I am a Bianca Belair fan."

MVP even admitted that he had discussions with Bianca about potentially joining a faction with him. While he does not specifically name The Hurt Business, that is the only faction MVP has been a part of since returning to WWE in 2020 at the Royal Rumble.

"I'll have everybody know, behind the scenes, I was actually talking to Bianca Belair a little bit about potentially adding her to an organization, a little faction that I used to be part of because there were lots of people talking about, 'Hey, you need a woman in the group.' There were some discussions with Bianca Belair, but things went a different way. So I say all that to say that I'm a fan of Bianca Belair and I believe that when you talk about the WWE Women's Championship, if Bianca Belair isn't in that conversation, I don't want to have it."

Elsewhere on the podcast, MVP suggested Brock Lesnar has gotten soft. Brock Lesnar will defend the WWE World Championship against Bobby Lashley, MVP's associate at the Royal Rumble event on Saturday, January 29. Learn more here.

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