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After Losing To Rey Mysterio On The Post-Royal Rumble 2020 Edition Of RAW, MVP’s WWE Career Has Come To An End

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 54th birthday of Old School WWF/WCW Veteran Giant González aka El Gigante (Real name: Jorge González).

When Ted Turner realized that the giant wasn’t gonna make it in the NBA for the Atlanta Hawks, he offered him the proper training to become a Professional Wrestler.

El Gigante then went on to work for World Championship Wrestling from May 1990 until January 1992, before joining the World Wrestling Federation in January 1993.

His proudest moment was probably showing up uninvited during the 1993 Royal Rumble match and eliminating The Undertaker.

After the Taker rivalry ended at SummerSlam, they tried to turn him babyface (similar to what they did with André after the WrestleMania VI match), but for whatever reason didn’t renew his contract, when the old one expired in October 1993.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE

January 31, 1966 – September 22, 2010

• After Losing To Rey Mysterio On The Post-Royal Rumble 2020 Edition Of RAW, MVP’s WWE Career Has Come To An End

MVP returned to WWE this past Sunday at Royal Rumble 2020 during the Men’s Royal Rumble match and got eliminated by WWE Champion Brock Lesnar.

He then wrestled Rey Mysterio on RAW and lost. After this match, MVP took to Instagram and announced that this was his final WWE match.

Below is what MVP wrote:

“One for the history books. My FINAL WWE match took place on Monday Night RAW against my close friend and legend @619iamlucha A great way to close out that chapter.

The end of my career looms larger every month. It’s been one HELL of a ride! I’m not finished just yet. But soon. Very soon. Thank you @wwe and the #wweuniverse for all the love!!! What an amazing week I’ve had.”

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