MVP Reveals Triple H Chose Not To Reform The Hurt Business

The Hurt Business won't be back in WWE, and MVP reveals why

The Hurt Business were a highlight of Monday Night RAW during the pandemic era of WWE, and the heights of the group saw Bobby Lashley reigning as WWE Champion and Cedric Alexander & Shelton Benjamin reigning as WWE RAW Tag Team Champions. The group parted ways under the Vince McMahon era of WWE back in 2022, despite fans calling many times for the act to join forces again.

MVP posted a picture of the Hurt Business on his Instagram, to which many fans responded about wanting the group to get back together. However, MVP revealed in numerous replies that it was the new regime and Triple H who were now against the group returning, despite the members of the faction pitching the idea. 

Triple H had the power to fix it. He chose not to. Go figure.”

Triple H said no.”

The current regime doesn't want it either.”

Triple H had the power to fix it.”

We did (in response to talking to Triple H) He said no.”

MVP is currently the manager of Omos in WWE, Bobby Lashley is aligned with the Street Profits in The Pride group, Cedric Alexander is teaming with Ashante Thee Adonis, and Shelton Benjamin is no longer in the company. 

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