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Real Name: John Randall Hennigan
WWE Ring Name: John Morrison
Birthday: October 3, 1979 (35)
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Weight/Height: 6'1"/224 LBS
Trained: SPW staff, Tough Enough III trainers, and OVW Staff
Wrestling Debut: January 27, 2003
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Author: Joey Date: June 2nd, 2016 Filed In: Lucha Underground Results
Here are Lucha Underground Results from June 1st. Thanks to WrestleZone for the recap-
Second Match: PJ Black, Jack Evans and Johnny Mundo (c) w/Taya vs. Rey Mysterio, Dragon Azteca Jr and Prince Puma for the Lucha Underground Trio’s Championship
Black and Mysterio starts off the match. Black with a side headlock. Both men the ropes and Black drops Mysterio with a shoulder tackle for a two count. Mysterio with a roll through and lands a side kick to the head of Black. Mysterio with a modified hurricanrana. Mysterio lands a series of right hands to Black in the corner. Black presses Mysterio on his shoulders. Mundo and Evans distracts the referee while Black low blows Mysterio. Evans, Mundo and Black triple teams Mysterio. Black tags in Evans. Evans with a standing moonsault for a two count. Evans tags in Mundo. Mundo creates separation. Mundo lands a series of forearms to the back of Mysterio’s head. Mundo with a tilt-a-whirl back breaker. Mysterio plants Mundo with the DDT. Evans and Puma are tagged in. Puma with a dropkick that sends Evans to the corner. Puma with a Northern Lights Suplex to Mundo. Puma and Azteca drops Evans with a pair side kicks.
Puma, Mysterio and Azteca connect with a triple team dropkick. Azteca with a somersault plancha onto Mundo on the outside. Black with a flying crossbody to Azteca and Mundo. Evans knocks Mysterio off the ring apron with a dropkick. Puma with a superplex onto Mundo, Black and Evans on the outside. Puma goes for the 630 Splash, but Mundo and Black drags Evans out of the ring. Evans with a 630 Splash of his own for a two count. Evans goes for a handspring elbow, but Puma counters with a flying enziguri. Mundo and Azteca are tagged in. Mundo accidentally knocks Black off the ring apron. Azteca with a springboard crossbody. Azteca with a tilt-a-whirl and transitions into a Tornado DDT for a two count. Mundo with a thrust kick to the gut of Azteca. Mundo goes for the Moonlight Drive, but Azteca kicks Mundo in the hamstring. Taya distracts the referee and Mundo low blows Azteca. Puma low blows Mundo to cause the disqualification. After the match Puma superkicks Taya.
Winner: Still Lucha Underground Trio’s Champions PJ Black, Jack Evans and Johnny Mundo via DQ
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