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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.
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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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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.
And in case you’re interested, I’ve posted the lyrics to “Mizfits and Mofos” below:
Morrison: Some are born to sweet delight and others born to endless night.
Miz: Yo Cryme Tyme, you suck!
Morrison: The true dharma of gangster rap is woven into the wisdom of The Dirt Sheet.
Miz: I’m the M-I-Z.
Morrison: I’m John Morrison.
Miz: He’s supersonic.
Miz: Needs hooked on phonics.
Miz:I’m The Miz.
Morrison: He’s got hats like Slash.
Miz: Shad reeks
Morrison: Like a pile of trash.
Both: The Dirt Sheet’s got tons of groupies.
Morrison: The Dirt Sheet
Both: Should win an Emmy.
Morrison: Word Up
Both: Ain’t worth a penny.
Morrison: If you’re really street,
Miz: You go to clubs,
Morrison: Word up…
Miz: We outta here.
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