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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: FemmeJoMo Date: April 14th, 2013 Filed In: The Morrison Review
Add a “p” to review and you get preview, which is exactly what this is. I wrote a little preview of Morrison’s Dragon’s Gate match with Akira Tozawa. I wanted to do the same with his upcoming 2CW title match with Kevin Steen, because Steen is one of my dream opponents for JoMo. (Other people on the list include Mike Quackenbush, Ophidian, Sugar Dunkerton, ACH, Johnny Gargano, etc…) Every time Morrison takes on someone like Tozawa or Steen, it’s exciting and has a big match feeling. It feels like WWE against the Indies, even though JoMo isn’t affiliated with WWE anymore.
JoMo’s taken on a number of different opponents, but I don’t think he’s faced anyone like “Wrestling’s Worst Nightmare.” Steen has been wrestling since he was 16 and wrestled in Canada for a number of years before coming to the US in 2004. He’s wrestled in CZW, PWG, ROH, 2CW, and others. I would say Steen’s best known for his work in PWG and ROH. He’s been a former PWG World and Tag Team Champion. His partnership with feud El Generico was amazing. They’ve had so many great matches as partners and opponents. They also won the tag titles in ROH. Up until Wrestlemania weekend, Steen was the ROH Champion. He lost to Jay Briscoe on April 5th and was kicked out of S.C.U.M. Steve Corino says he’ll never been seen in ROH again, but I doubt that.
Steen’s made a name for himself with his disarming antics. As I mentioned above he’s won a lot of championships. But that’s not what makes him a dangerous opponent, it’s his wrestling skill. At first glance, he looks like a classic brawler. Sure, he can fight and is a hard striker, but he’s also very agile. He was made an honorary Young Buck. He does a wicked somersault leg drop and cannonball senton, but his most impressive move might be the package piledriver.
This will be Morrison’s toughest (and possibly biggest) match since leaving WWE. I can’t wait to see how he handles Steen. This is a must watch match.
I found a video of highlights from Steen vs. Tozawa in PWG which shows exactly what JoMo is in for next weekend:
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