MVP Praises Omos For Improving As A WWE Superstar

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Omos is being featured a lot more in WWE of late and MVP is standing by the Nigerian giant and putting him over for doing “big things” in WWE.

When it comes to having great matches in WWE, Omos isn’t necessarily known for having them at this point in his career. After all, the 7’3″ and 400+ pounder only started wrestling four years ago and even though he’s a former Raw Tag Team Champion, it’s still very early in his career.

The reality is that not every wrestler can work like Kurt Angle, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, or even like present-day WWE stars like Seth Rollins, AJ Styles, Cody Rhodes and others. Omos is naturally a giant like many big men before him and he’s not going to be doing moonsaults off the top rope or suicide dives out of the ring.

There was a report from PWInsider Elite earlier today about how “there was a lot of happiness with Omos’ performance” at WWE Backlash against Seth “Freakin” Rollins. While Omos didn’t win the match, he put on a good showing by selling Seth’s offense well and also looking like a dominant big man.

The report said that there was a feeling within WWE that it was one of the best major matches that the leader of the Omosapiens has had.

At WrestleMania 39, Brock Lesnar faced the Nigerian giant in the opening match on Night Two. The crowd was absolutely on fire for the match as Omos dominated part of it until Lesnar made the comeback and hit the F5 for the win. Omos impressed people with that performance too.

On Twitter, Omos’ manager MVP praised the big man for improving and doing big things in WWE these days.

“The internet pissants said Omos vs Stroman would be terrible. It wasn’t.

The flatscans said Omos would suck against Brock. He didn’t.

The dimwits said his match with Seth would be trash… While you’re hating, the man is improving and literally doing BIG things!”

Following last week’s WWE Draft, the company announced that Omos is currently a free agent that can appear on both shows although there could be a point soon where he either stays on Raw or goes to Smackdown in the future.