One thing no one can deny about IMPACT Wrestling over the past several weeks, is that we have seen several new faces. So, it got us thinking; who is The MVP of the new crop of talent that has graced the 6-Sided Ring? Is it all of LAX? Is it Alberto El Patron? What about Laredo Kid or Garza Jr?
The frontrunner in this pack is Alberto El Patron, who on his first night in IMPACT Wrestling, won The World Title. His win was surrounded by controversy and the IMPACT advisors convinced him to relinquish the Title, but nonetheless, his debut was a powerful one. El Patron is in the hunt for The World Title. Our vote goes to Alberto El Patron.
Then you have Garza Jr. and Laredo Kid, who have certainly turned some heads since their arrival. Garza Jr. has the size and the look to succeed. The nephew of the late great Hector Garza, Garza Jr. has the wrestling gene in his DNA. Laredo Kid can fly like no one you have ever seen before. Dressed in green with a mask to match, Laredo Kid is one to watch and one to buy stock in for the future. Are they the MVP’s of the new breed of athletes?
LAX is in the cut. Konnan, Diamante, Santana, Ortiz and Homicide are back and this team has been trending since their arrival in IMPACT Wrestling. They have the look, the attitude and the determination to thrive in IMPACT Wrestling, and it seems that LAX can do whatever they want. If LAX wants to be MVP’s of IMPACT Wrestling, they might just take it from someone.
Reno Scum has been dominating! Luster “The Legend” and Adam Thornstowe could be co-MVP’s, especially if they capture The World Tag Team Titles tomorrow night on #IMPACTonPOP. They not only have the look and the size, but they are familiar with each other because of their long history as teammates. We think the future is nothing but bright for Reno Scum.