Former WWE Superstar Mojo Rawley signs a new pro wrestler with Down syndrome to Talent Contract

Mojo Muhtadi, aka Mojo Rawley, has recently signed Vincent, an aspiring wrestler with Down syndrome who goes by the ring name Triple V to a talent contract with his Paragon Talent Group.

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Mojo Rawley picked up the 24/7 title on this week’s Raw (Image credit: WWE)

An Instagram user Charlie Rocket recently posted a video of Triple V and Mojo Rawley closing the deal. He mentioned that the pro-wrestler got signed to one of the biggest pro-wrestling management companies in the World. He also said that this is going to be a movement. 

This is what the statement says,

“This is historical for any athlete or entertainer with Down Syndrome!!” Charlie posted. “Today Triple V for WWE got signed to one of the biggest pro-wrestling management companies in the World! Paragon Talent Group!!! Thank you, Mojo, for making history! The World is ready for VVV, and he is ready to show the World it is time to break down barriers for athletes and entertainers with Down Syndrome!

“This is the beginning of a movement!!! Vincent has a team now! He is already getting booking requests and brand deal requests! This is bigger than Instagram… this is his career being born. This is a dream coming to life before our eyes. This is history! This is the beginning of Vincent being able to help take care of his sister Janie!”

Triple V mentioned on his Instagram page wanting to be a professional wrestler for his sister Janie. He also got the attention of WWE Superstar Sasha Banks, who put him over on social media and even spoke to him on the phone.

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Mojo Rawley in action against Ricochet (Credit: WWE)

Mojo Rawley got engaged to his long-time girlfriend 

Former WWE Superstar Mojo Rawley recently engaged his long-time girlfriend Grace. The engagement happened in Savannah, Georgia. 

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Mojo Rawley gets engaged to his long-time girlfriend (Instagram)

Rawley has been away from the ring since his release from WWE on April 15 last year, after 10 months of inactivity. He recently battled his way against COVID-19 and almost died because of how bad his lungs were. However, he said that he’s getting better and is planning to come back to pro-wrestling.

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