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Real Name: John Randall Hennigan
WWE Ring Name: John Morrison
Birthday: October 3, 1979 (35)
Born/Billed: Los Angeles, California
Weight/Height: 6'1"/224 LBS
Trained: SPW staff, Tough Enough III trainers, and OVW Staff
Wrestling Debut: January 27, 2003
WWE Debut: April 2005
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Category: High Flying Friday
Author: FemmeJoMo     Date: February 17th, 2013     Filed In: High Flying Friday, Morrison News, PPV, PPV Rewinds

We’re less than an hour away from this year’s Elimination Chamber. Get ready by reading about Morrison and the 2011 Raw EC match.

In 2011, Morrison started out the Raw Elimination Chamber match with King Sheamus. My guess is that the WWE was so impressed with JoMo’s 2010 performance and his matches with Sheamus that they wanted them together to set the pace of the match. The Smackdown Chamber had been both exciting and brutal and the WWE wanted the Raw Chamber to be the same.

The winner of this Chamber match would get a shot at Miz and his WWE Championship at Wrestlemania, so it was pretty obvious from the start only two of the participants had a real shot of winning it, that being Randy Orton and John Cena. The other participants – Morrison, Sheamus, CM Punk, and R-Truth, really didn’t stand a chance.

Morrison is the last man to enter the EC match. I like when he’s last because it is more dramatic somehow. The first thing JoMo does once inside the Chamber is confront CM Punk, who attacked him and sprayed hair spray into his eyes a few weeks before. Afterwards, he enters the ring to start the match off with Sheamus.

They lock up and fight for dominance around the ring. Sheamus finally applies a headlock, which Morrison reverses by backing into the ropes and throwing him off toward the far rope. Sheamus returns with a shoulder block. He just runs over JoMo, who looks very annoyed. They lock up again. Morrison goes behind Sheamus and wraps his arms around Sheamus’ stomach. Sheamus forces JoMo to release his grip by elbowing him in the side of the head. He gets a side headlock and takes him down. Morrison smartly keeps his right shoulder up to avoid being pinned. JoMo breaks the hold. We can’t see how though, because the camera is on CM Punk. When the camera focuses back on the ring, we see Morrison rush to feet and into another side headlock takedown by Sheamus. This time, we see him reversing it with a headscissors. They break and once again, Sheamus returns to the headlock takedown and again, JoMo breaks it with a headscissors.
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Author: FemmeJoMo     Date: February 8th, 2013     Filed In: High Flying Friday, PPV Rewinds

This week, we’re looking back at Morrison’s first Elimination Chamber match with a repost from 02/17/2012.

In 2010, Morrison participated in his first Elimination Chamber during the Smackdown match for the World Heavyweight Championship on the EC PPV. The match also featured The Undertaker, Chris Jericho, CM Punk, Rey Mysterio, and R-Truth. Like Morrison, this was Truth’s first EC match, but he only lasted a few minutes before Punk eliminated him. The four other wrestlers had some Chamber experience. Jericho had the most, as this was his fifth EC match. The Undertaker had been in two previous Chamber matches and won the Smackdown-ECW one in 2008. This match was the second EC for both Mysterio and Punk (although does the Chamber match at December to Dismember really count?)

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Author: FemmeJoMo     Date: February 1st, 2013     Filed In: High Flying Friday

It turns out my Morrison DVD set wasn’t totally complete, as I found this Velocity match from January 21st, 2006, which isn’t part of my set. In this match, MNM takes on Jon Moxley and Dean Taylor. Dean Taylor is not a name I’m familiar with, but Jon Moxley, I know well. He’s a former CZW Champion (CZW is a Philadelphia wrestling promotion) and new era hardcore icon, although this match happened before he gained those accolades. But now, Moxley is better known as The Shield’s Dean Ambrose. Dean Taylor is someone I don’t know at all and I couldn’t find much information about him, so if any of you do have info, please pass it along. Personally, I love watching early matches in wrestlers’ careers. It provides an opportunity to see how they’ve progressed and changed over the years. Enjoy this look back and see how far Moxley and Morrison have come.

Author: FemmeJoMo     Date: January 25th, 2013     Filed In: High Flying Friday

It’s been a long, cold week here in Philadelphia and I can think of no better way to relax and unwind than by watching old Dirt Sheet episodes.

In 2009, Miz and Morrison did a Royal Rumble-based show on January 23rd, 2009. I love their look at stereotypical Royal Rumble promos and 2nd generation stars. I also laughed pretty hard as they wondered what happened to earning a WWE contract. I think this one their funniest episodes.

Author: FemmeJoMo     Date: January 25th, 2013     Filed In: High Flying Friday, PPV Rewinds

This week we finish our look back at Morrison’s Rumble performances with the 2011 Rumble. This happens to be my favorite.

Entered: 7
Lasted: 13:24
Eliminated: 0
Almost Eliminated: 2 times
Eliminated By: The New Nexus (CM Punk, Husky Harris, Michael McGillicutty, David Otunga)

I think it’s his most impressive, even though he lasted less than 15 minutes. JoMo once again comes in right after DiBiase. I love the pop he gets from the crowd. He is extremely impressive when he enters the ring. JoMo hits Regal with a kick as he’s flying over the top tope. He takes Bryan down with a C4.

And of course, there is the “parkour spot.” It is already as legendary as HBK’s near elimination in 1995. It’s memorable not just because it’s amazing to watch, but also because it was completely new. We had seen everything from the ring ropes to the turnbuckle to the apron used to avoid elimination, but this was something no one thought of or even thought possible. It happened like this: after being pushed out by Regal, Morrison grabs the retaining wall, braces himself with his feet, and straddles the top of it. He pushes himself on top of the wall and walks a length of it, which is so impressive because it’s padded. It’s not a hard, stable surface. Also, the whole time he walks it, Morrison can only hope some idiot fan isn’t going to trip him, just so they can say they eliminated him from the Rumble. After stopping across from the steps, he jumps from the barrier onto them, while managing to keep his balance. But he’s not done. Morrison grabs the ring post to stabilize himself and turns to kick a recently eliminated Regal in the head before re-entering the ring. I was speechless afterwards.

After Morrison enters the ring again, he goes after DiBiase and then Bryan. He attacks Husky and works on him for a bit before almost becoming a victim to Chavo’s “Three Amigos.” He goes back to Husky and thankfully, Punk orders Husky to work on Mark Henry, which gives Morrison a reprieve. JoMo ends up in another corner, fighting with DiBiase once more. He gets attacked by McGillicutty but teams up with Bryan to attack the New Nexus. That doesn’t last long and eventually JoMo and Bryan go at it in the corner.

I was totally impressed with how well Morrison handled Harris over all. He’s a huge guy and very quick. JoMo dealt with everything he had and gave Harris some back. However, in the end, Morrison became a victim of the New Nexus. He went down fighting and it took all four members (Punk, McGillicutty, Harris, and Otunga) to get him out. Interesting fact, it also took the entire New Nexus to eliminate Mark Henry. It took the same amount of men to eliminate the World’s Strongest Man, as it did The Prince of Parkour. Think about it. That’s impressive. It further established that JoMo can be a serious threat in the Rumble. Also, it came at a time that Morrison was still being pushed and I think it helped him get over more.

Author: FemmeJoMo     Date: January 22nd, 2013     Filed In: High Flying Friday

Zack Ryder recently released a music video for his debut single, “Hoeski.” While the lyrics grate against my feminist sensibilities, I have to admit that the video looks really profession and Ryder nailed the boy band style perfectly.

Miz himself said that it was almost as good as “Mizfits and Mofos,” which I can’t bring myself to agree on. “Mizfits and Mofos” was amazing. It was brilliant and everything about it is hilarious, from the lyrics to video itself. It was the perfect way to play up their strengths. Morrison, as we know, is a lyric master and every bit of Miz’s attitude was on full display.

“Mizfits and Mofos” was a smart way to add fuel to the Miz-Morrison and Cryme Tyme feud back in 2008-2009. We had seen every kind of confrontation between the two teams, tag matches, singles matches, disses on their respective internet shows, and barbs traded on commentary, but who was expecting Miz and Morrison to call them out in an old-school rap video. No one, that’s who. It was unexpected and inventive, two of the traits that define Miz and Morrison as a team.

Surprisingly, Cryme Tyme never responded in kind, which was kind of disappointing. Even so, I think “Mizfits and Mofos” was a big part of the reason that the fans voted for Miz-Morrison versus Cryme Tyme at Cyber Sunday 2008, instead of a World Tag Team Match between Priceless and Punk and Kofi or the mixed tag between Jamie Noble and Mickie James and Regal and Layla.

Also, I still don’t understand how this video made it on to “Are You Serious?”, a show devoted to the lamest and most absurd moments in wrestling history. Based on many of the Youtube comments for that episode, a lot of other fans agreed with me.
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