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From his high-flying skills to his ability to make you laugh, John Hennigan is an all around great guy. From wrestler (also comedian), as well as a fitness magician, John has stepped into several amazing roles throughout his career.
The Guru of Greatness
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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Author: Joey     Date: June 9th, 2014     Filed In: Morrison News, WWE News

WWE.com has a new article up from the editors on 6 possible replacements for Seth Rollins in The Shield. Last week on RAW, Seth Rollins turned on The Shield, joining Evolution, which prompted this article. WWE thinks John Morrison would be a great fit to replace Seth Rollins. Here is what they said:

Now, listen. If you lose a high-flyer, you’d better grab one to replace him and no WWE Superstar adheres as closely to the Seth Rollins blueprint as John Morrison. The WWE Universe went gaga for Rollins’ aerial tactics throughout The Shield’s dominant run, but The Prince of Parkour was scaling structures and confounding opponents long before The Architect threw on his Kevlar.

Granted, it’s hard to tell if the former Intercontinental Champion’s mindset — to say nothing of his sartorial tendencies — would exactly adhere to the aesthetic of The Shield (though we’d pay good money to see Roman Reigns in a chinchilla coat). But the in-ring transition would be smooth, and might even be an improvement in some places. Rollins was big on self-sacrifice — a younger, lither Mick Foley who swapped a button-down for bulletproof. Morrison, with his kicks that flowed like rubber but hit like rock, was efficient without taking too much out of himself. There’s no doubt that his inclusion in The Hounds of Justice could well make Rollins and The Authority eat their lunch, or at least their words.

What we’re trying to say is: Come back to us, JoMo. The Universe needs you, now more than ever.

I agree! John, come back & join The Shield, if you don’t want to join The Shield, kick somebody’s a** anyways! To view the full article, click here.

Author: Joey     Date: November 24th, 2013     Filed In: Morrison News, WWE News

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In a recent WWE.com article about Rey Mysterio’s 10 Greatest WWE Matches, John Morrison vs. Rey Mysterio on September 4th, 2009 for the Intercontinental Championship made the list (rightfully so). Here is what WWE.com wrote about the match:

As The Ultimate Underdog, Rey Mysterio doesn’t always get his hand raised at the end of a match. But, somehow still, The Master of the 619’s losses can be as thrilling as his victories.

Such was the case with Mysterio’s Intercontinental Title defense against John Morrison on SmackDown in September 2009. In the familiar position of facing an opponent with whom he shared a mutual respect, Mysterio expected to face a hungry, young competitor. Rey got all that and more as The Guru of Greatness fought back from the 619 and repeated aerial maneuvers while scoring with his own unpredictable offense. The grueling bout finally ended when Mysterio missed the mark on a top-rope hurricanrana, allowing JoMo to execute Starship Pain for the victory and the title.

The match came in at #7 on the list. It happens to be my personal favorite John Morrison match. To watch the match on WWE.com, click here.

Author: Joey     Date: October 4th, 2013     Filed In: Morrison News, WWE News

WWE.Com has recently re-ranked their top 50 Greatest Tag Teams. Once again (rightfully so), MNM & the team of John Morrison & The Miz made it in the list. Here is them in the list:

#32 MNM

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When Joey Mercury and Johnny Nitro (later John Morrison) made their first appearance on SmackDown by strutting down a red carpet to the ring, they had the confidence and allure of stars. It didn’t take long for them to back up that perception of celebrity as they won the WWE Tag Team Championship only two weeks later. Flanked by the raven-haired Melina and swarmed by paparazzi flashbulbs, the team held the titles on two additional occasions.

Defeating pairings including The Legion of Doom and former World Heavyweight Champions Batista and Rey Mysterio, MNM proved themselves a cohesive unit capable of competing with any Superstars on the WWE roster. For a sustained period, the road to SmackDown tag team dominance went through Mercury and Nitro. If it was their extravagant outfits and Melina’s flexibility that drew your eyes to MNM, it was their undeniable skill that retained your focus. — Z.L.

#22 John Morrison & The Miz

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In 2007, two of WWE’s rising stars, John Morrison and The Miz, were paired together to battle MVP and Matt Hardy for the WWE Tag Team Championships on SmackDown. The duo won the titles and took them back to their brand, ECW. The duo successfully defended the titles on numerous occasions against challengers from both ECW and SmackDown. Morrison & Miz also used the Internet to trash talk their opponents with their WWE.com show, “The Dirt Sheet.”

Morrison & Miz revolutionized the way the Internet is used in sports-entertainment and backed up their brashness with success inside the squared circle. In 2008, the pair won the Slammy Awards for Tag Team of the Year and Best WWE.com exclusive before capturing the World Tag Team Titles. Although Morrison & Miz eventually split up, they still can be credited for bringing tag team competition into a new age. — K.P.

To view the entire article, click here.

Author: Joey     Date: July 6th, 2013     Filed In: Morrison News, Videos, WWE News

In this weeks WWE Top 10, WWE is looking at the most insane Money in the Bank Ladder match moments. John Morrison backflipping himself with the ladder at WrestleMania 24 to the other participants came in at #4. You can check it out above.

You can watch the full WrestleMania 24 Money in the Bank ladder match below!

Author: Joey     Date: May 8th, 2013     Filed In: Interviews, Morrison News, WWE News

In a surprise to me, and probably you as well, WWE.com interviewed John Morrison on Out of Your Mind Fitness & many other things. Here is the interview:

John Morrison wants you to go ‘Out of Your Mind’ with new fitness program

The WWE Universe might think WWE.com is out of its mind interviewing an ex-Superstar not seen since late 2011. They’re right.

The Guru of Greatness, John Morrison has landed Starship Pain on a new frontier with his innovative exercise program that even Zack Ryder’s dad loves: Out of Your Mind Fitness. In between workouts and filming an upcoming film with Tiny “Zeus” Lister, “JoMo” invited WWE.com into the Palace of Wisdom for enlightenment on his fitness endeavor, Miz’s use of the Figure-Four and his perspective on a WWE landscape that’s perhaps primed for The Prince of Parkour.

WWE.COM: What is John Morrison doing now, almost 18 months after leaving WWE?

MORRISON: Life is a pretty awesome ride. Since stepping off [the WWE] train, I’ve been writing some [film] shorts and a feature that I’m hoping to produce and star in. I just wrapped a movie called, “The Factory.” I’ve also been training for stunt work, acting for some independent classics, and working out.

WWE.COM: Not to mention launching a new fitness program. What’s the lowdown on “Out of Your Mind Fitness”?

MORRISON: [“Out of Your Mind Fitness”] is a fully functional training regimen built to getanyonein the best shape of their life. Functional training is the bee’s knees these days. It’s all about time efficiency. Training your body to move … so you can have the highest quality of life possible.

Everyone needs to move — if you’re a pro athlete, a contortionist, a computer programmer or just somebody who wants to play with their kids. One of the benefits of functional training like this is that it utilizes movement across multiple muscle groups as opposed to old-school bodybuilding, which is about isolation. You don’t move with isolated muscle movements in real life.

Functional training is about integrating core and stabilization muscles, which are engaged while doing these exercises. The whole body is getting worked out as a unit.

WWE.COM: This really isn’t your run-of-the-mill infomercial-style exercise platform on loop on late night TV.

MORRISON: What’s different about this than most programs is that “Out of Your Mind Fitness” is a virtual personal trainer in the palm of your hand. A lot of people doing home fitness programs have said that they get stale, and they get bored. “Out of Your Mind Fitness” evolves. You get better, the program continues to challenge you as you adapt. It’s a fun and interesting process. You get addicted to it.

Most programs are a “do it at home,” “play the DVD” thing. The amount of content in “Out of Your Mind Fitness” is 10, maybe 20 times more the content than any home workout program.

WWE.COM: How long did it take you to develop the program?

MORRISON: I’ve been working on this for two years. I first talked about it in “Muscle & Fitness” magazine in 2010. I thought it would take six months. [laughs]

Jeff Carrier is a good friend of mine; he’s a genius personal trainer with 10 different certifications. He and I came up with tons of stuff and started picking which exercises were a combination of useful, effective, challenging and fun, then whittled down our ideas from thousands to hundreds. We ended up with the very best.

WWE.COM: The “Frogstance” handstand push-ups and “Vitruvian Flies” are some of the more interestingly named exercises within the program. Sounds intense.

MORRISON: This program is accessible to anybody at any fitness level. If you can do a squat and a pushup, you can build up tobecominga fitness guru.

The “Vitruvian Flies” are a bodyweight back exercise based on Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man.

There are “wall barrows” reminiscent of that thing you used to do when you were a kid when you made a wheel barrow out of your friend. This is with a wall. The “frogstance” is based on a yoga position, the crow.

WWE.COM: That kind of training must’ve helped you with your stunt work and on the set for your recent appearance in “The Factory.” Can you describe what it was like to act in a horror movie?

MORRISON: Let’s just say I wasn’t scared to film “The Factory.” [laughs] Nothing’s scarier than wrestling The Boogeyman. As for stunts, after falling from the ceiling of the Elimination Chamber on Sheamus, I was very well prepared.

WWE.COM: Do you still find time to catch Raw and other WWE programs? Where would you see yourself if you were competing in WWE today? Any targets?

MORRISON: I watch Raw whenever I can. I am super excited that Dolph Ziggler cashed in Money in the Bank. He earned it. And if I was around, I’d take it away from him.

CM Punk’s taken himself to the next level over the last two years. He’s broken through in a way that very few have. He’s great in the ring, on the mic. I always loved wrestling Punk. If we had a match now, it would be exponentially better than in ECW in 2007.

WWE.COM: Any thoughts on your former tag team partner?

MORRISON: The Miz went and became a good guy, which defies logic to me. Although I’d love to kick his a** for that last night I was on Raw, now I guess that means we’d be on the same side. I can’t believe he’s doing the Figure-Four. I mean, it’s a great hold. Ric Flair made it what it is. If you’re going to steal from somebody, why not steal from the best? It’s not a bad decision.

WWE.COM: Who’s most impressed you on the current roster since you’ve been gone?

MORRISON: Ryback is impressive and what he’s done is impressive. He’d be a great person to wrestle, but I think it would be easy to outsmart him.

There’s also The Shield. I met all those guys in the past and saw the world in all of them. I do think they are a little overconfident.They think they’re a little better than they are. Unless they’ve got some skills in their cargo pockets they haven’t used yet, I’d make short work of them. Believe in The Shaman.

I was at OVW with [Damien Sandow] when I first started 10 years ago. It took him nine years to grow a beard and find that robe. [laughs] He’s really come into his own, great to see. But you’d think in nine years he could have learned how to do a cartwheel. I’d like to show him how to correctly do one.

WWE.COM: For a multi-talented athlete who shifts from screenwriting to stunt free-falling and now fully developed an “Out of Your Mind” exercise revolution, is a WWE return out of the question?

MORRISON: By the time you hear the thunder, it will be too late because the lightning would have already struck.

While the WWE Universe awaits some kind of thunderstorm(?) harkening a possible future return, visit John Morrison’s official WWE.com Alumni profile page for JoMo’s bio, videos and more.

WWE.com also posted several links to different things, so to check out the article yourself, click here.

Author: Joey     Date: April 25th, 2013     Filed In: Morrison News, WWE News

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WWE.com has a new article up on the 50 Greatest WWE Championship Matches Ever. The Miz defended his WWE title on January 3, 2011 against John Morrison in a Fall Counts Anywhere match. The match came in at #49 on the list. Here is what WWE.com wrote about the article:

#49 The Miz vs. John Morrison: Raw (Jan. 3, 2011)

After The Miz cashed in his Money in the Bank contract and defeated Randy Orton to win the WWE Title, every Superstar on the roster was gunning for the new champion. That included his former tag team partner, John Morrison.

The Shaman of Sexy got his chance at WWE’s top prize in a Falls Count Anywhere Match on the first Raw of 2011. The Monday Night Delight didn’t have a chance to get in the ring before his former friend attacked him on the entrance ramp. The two quickly brawled up to the stage and back onto the arena floor.

The WWE Universe thought Morrison was on the verge of winning the title when he set up Miz on a table outside the ring for Starship Pain. He crashed and burned when The Awesome One moved out of the way, though. The miscue led to a successful title defense for Miz.

You can watch the match below, and look at photos by clicking here.