MVP Says Ronda Rousey Couldn't Beat Him Up, Doesn't Like Intergender Wrestling

Chris Van Vliet of WSVN-TV recently interviewed WWE, TNA, MLW, NJPW and Lucha Underground veteran MVP. You can see the full interview above, and highlights below:

He is not a fan of intergender wrestling:

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"Intergender wrestling has become real popular and I'm not a fan of it because I come from a different school of thought in pro wrestling. There are two schools of thought it seems. If you are a fan of intergender wrestling then you look at pro wrestling as scripted entertainment, comic book stuff. And if you played Mortal Kombat or one of those video games, Chun Li  could whoop your ass. But if we're doing suspension of disbelief, there's not very many women on the planet that can beat me in combat if we're grappling. There are some female grapplers that can catch that joint or they'll catch that choke and you'll tap. But not if I can punch them and not if I can kick them and that kind of changes things. If you approach pro wrestling the way I do which is this is simulated combat and we're trying to make the fans forget that it's predetermined, you can't do that when you're watching a grown ass man and a woman do really cool stuff."

With that said, could Ronda Rousey beat him up in real life?

"No. God no. Of course not."

 

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