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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: Joey     Date: July 9th, 2016     Filed In: Interviews, Lucha Underground News

Johnny Mundo was recently interviewed by Scott Fishman of Channel Guide Magazine. They talked about Lucha Underground Season 2, Ultimate Lucha Dos, Taya & much more. Below is a portion of it-

From entrance to in-ring style, Johnny Mundo is the very definition of flash on Lucha Underground.

And during season two of the series the performer found a perfect female counterpart in Taya. The duo has complimented each other quite well, feather boots and all.

“It’s been fun to collaborate with someone who has this ability to roll with the punches and improve and go with the flow. She is amazing,” Mundo said, leading up to Lucha Underground’s Ultima Lucha Dos 8 p.m. Wednesdays on El Rey Network.

“It’s fun to work with her. We crack up the whole time and are having a good time. I think that is why it’s so fun to watch because it translates to the fans that see we have a passion for what we do. We started wearing matching gear. I believe that aspect of sports entertainment can show the alignment of characters. I have been having a blast. She is super talented. I’m lucky to be paired with her. I hope everyone keeps watching because the direction we are taking I think is going to be very interesting.”

You can read the rest of the interview by clicking here.

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.

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Author: Joey     Date: April 28th, 2016     Filed In: Lucha Underground Results

Here are results from last night’s Lucha Underground on the ElRey network, courtesy of WrestleZone. If you haven’t checked the match out yet, make sure you do.

First Match: Johnny Mundo w/Taya Valkyrie vs. Brian Cage in a Steel Cage Match For One Of The Aztec Medallions

Mundo and Cage exchange in a series of back and forth right hands. Cage tosses Mundo to the corner. Cage lands ten consecutive punches to Mundo in the corner. Cage drops Mundo with a clothesline. Roll through and Mundo tries to escape the steel cage. Mundo with a dropkick to Cage. Cage responds with a dropkick of his own. Cage sends Mundo face first to the steel. The believers ask for one more time and Cage launches Mundo again to the steel. Cage presses Mundo in the air and throws Mundo rib first to the steel. Cage with the Chainlink for a two count. Cage sends Mundo shoulder first to the steel ring post. Cage jams Mundo’s face onto the steel. Cage ascends to the top of the steel cage. Mundo and Cage battle for position on the top rope. Mundo sends Cage crashing crotch first to the rope.

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Author: Joey     Date: March 10th, 2016     Filed In: Interviews

John was recently on The World According To Wrestling. Here are some of the highlights:

Who he wants to wrestle in the future:

“Well I’ve fought most them. Everyone knows some day I’m gonna beat the crap out of Seth Rollins – that would be awesome. I’d love to beat the crap out of him. I’d just love to have a great match with Seth Rollins. Roman Reigns, I’d love to wrestle him in like 10 years if he’s still wrestling, because by then hopefully he’d figure out how to work. It would be cool to wrestle Joey (Mercury) too, man, we wrestled a few times in OVW about 13 years ago but it’d be cool to wrestle him now just because so much has changed for both of us.”

On the revolution in women’s wrestling:

“I think if you’re talking about a “divas revolution”, Lucha Underground is the only show right now that’s really empowering their female characters in a way that makes them equal with the guys. It’s the only wrestling show to my knowledge where there’s not just a women match every once in a while, there’s intergender tags, there’s matches where men are wrestling women. And – if you ask anyone on the Lucha roster –that’s what they’ve always felt like they wanted. Anyone that’s been with WWE, there’s frustrations of feeling like you can only do so much. The women are told not to punch or to kick, to do power bombs and the power moves and none of that exists in Lucha Underground. So basically it presents the same canvas to the men and the women in Lucha and says “You have the tools, you know who you are, here’s the Lucha Underground canvas, paint the picture you want” instead of, in my opinion, WWE saying “here’s the WWE canvas but we only want you to use watercolours”. That’s the difference to me.”

On why the name Johnny Nitro was dropped:

“Well, I always liked “Johnny Blaze” but we announced in on TV and it was under copyright by Marvel. Then I had Johnny Spade and that name sucked, then I had Johnny Nitro. Johnny Nitro was one of my favorite names. I wish I was Johnny Nitro. I don’t think I ever needed to change but Vince didn’t like the name ‘Nitro’ because it reminded him of WCW so we picked John Morrison out of a hat one day…I don’t know if anyone would ever say that but that’s why, yeah.”

On whether he thinks WWE and Lucha Underground could work together:

“I don’t know. I will say that if you look at wrestling historically that shit happens all the time and everybody – especially the wrestlers in all the organizations always say like “Never, No, Never” because there’s no way Lucha Underground could work with WWE or TNA would work with AAA or New Japan. It’s always such a shock when it happens but historically speaking it always happens so, in that respect, I have no idea. Lucha Underground is a brand new organization. We’re in our infancy and we’re expanding and people are recognizing me as Johnny Mundo as opposed to John Morrison so it’s gonna be interesting to see how much the future holds for Lucha Underground, how it fits into the wrestling world.”

Source: WrestleFix.com

Author: Joey     Date: February 12th, 2016     Filed In: Morrison News

Author: Joey     Date: January 18th, 2016     Filed In: Interviews