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Author: FemmeJoMo     Date: January 11th, 2013     Filed In: High Flying Friday, PPV Rewinds

This week we continue our look back at Morrison’s Rumble performances with trip back to 2009.

Entered: 2
Lasted: 19:32
Eliminated: 0
Almost Eliminated: 5 times
Eliminated By: Triple H

In 2009, Morrison got to be number two, which is a complement, since numbers one and two are in the spotlight. Usually people remember who was in those positions. The number one position was taken by Mysterio. Morrison and Mysterio is always a good match up. In fact, he beat him to win his third Intercontinental Championship later that year.

After a bit of posturing and trash talking, they start going at it. It’s fast paced and Morrison almost eliminates Mysterio in the first few moments. There were lots of kicks, flashy moves, and some great selling by JoMo. Mysterio’s headscissor takeover was amazing.

Morrison is nearly eliminated but hangs on to the ropes. Carlito is next and I have to admit, I really sad anyone else had to enter the Rumble. I could’ve watched Morrison and Mysterio for 60 minutes. Carlito takes on both men, but spits on Morrison. Gross. Carlito is an exciting wrestler and it leads to some cool spots. After battling Carlito, Morrison goes back to Mysterio.

Number four is MVP and Morrison gets hit with the Ballin’ elbow and the Drive By. He hangs out the corner for a bit to rest, until number five comes out. It’s The Great Khali. JoMo backs up a bit, which is a smart move. The close up look on Morrison’s face is hysterical. He looks totally petrified. He sells everything brilliantly. Morrison gets beaten down by Khali, like the other men in the ring do.

Once again, he takes to the corner and he kind of hangs there. But after HHH eliminates Kozlov, Morrison comes back and takes on The Game. When HHH turns his attention to Orton, JoMo goes back to Mysterio and takes a 619.

He plays The Game again, but that’s broken up by JTG. I was a little surprised they didn’t go after each other more at first, since Miz and Morrison had that feud with Cryme Tyme. They even team up to hit a double dropkick on DiBiase, who came in at number 10, but then they turned and started fighting each other. After JTG and JoMo were thrown over the top by DiBiase, they started kicking each other while hanging from the top rope. It was a pretty cool spot. They continue to fight each other.

Once again, Morrison fights with HHH and then Orton for the first time in this Rumble. He was also the first victim of a Legacy double-team. When Miz comes in, he attacks everyone else before saving Morrison, which I think is terrible strategy. You should always save your tag partner first. They’re your best ally.

JoMo is the first to take an RKO from Orton, with Miz right after him. When HHH sees Miz hoisting himself up with the ropes, he takes Morrison and throws him into his partner. They are eliminated together. Technically, Morrison eliminates Miz since HHH never touched him, although WWE credits him with it.

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