A current WWE Raw name has called out his company for ‘false advertising.’
MVP called out WWE on Twitter for their post advertising the upcoming match-up between Omos and Braun Strowman at Crown Jewel.
WWE tweeted a poster in promotion of Omos and Strowman’s fight at Crown Jewel. In it, Omos is ahead of Braun in perspective, but the two are notably similar heights, or, with Strowman’s tilted head, he even appears slightly taller.
The poster was tweeted along with the text “WHEN GIANTS RISE.”
Well, Omos’s manager MVP took umbrage with this piece of photo editing, saying: “This is FALSE ADVERTISING. Braun is MUCH shorter!”
According to WWE’s official bio pages, Strowman is six feet and eight inches tall. In comparison, Omos is listed as seven feet and three inches tall. And I don’t believe you can teach that.
A seven-inch height difference is nothing to sneeze at, but this was clearly not on the minds of the WWE graphic design team:
Montel Vontavious Porter (MVP) first aligned with Omos during the April 4 edition of Raw where he turned on Bobby Lashley.
In a build-up to his Crown Jewel fight with Strowman, Omos defeated four jobbers in a four-on-one handicap match on the October 24 edition of Raw.
Crown Jewel will take place on November 5 at Mrsool Park in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. MVP’s former partner in crime Bobby Lashley will feature in a bout against Brock Lesnar.
Full details of the event can be found at this link right here.
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