This is going to be a bit of random topic but it was on my mind. For a pretty long time this question has been nagging at me and I bet there's a lot of people that agree with me so I decided to speak on it. The question is - how did WWE miss John Morrison? When I say missed it just seems they totally overlooked him, in my opinion he had everything it takes to be WWE champion.
As Morrison progressed as a star I always forgot he was a "Tough Enough" guy. Morrison was so good in the ring and had evolved to such a great star over the years I forgot he entered a contest to become a WWE wrestler. Morrison always stayed in the mid card ranks and it just always nagged me that WWE didn't give him the push he deserved, could it of been a stigma associated with the fact that he won a contest to get into the WWE? It's likely, everybody knows politics and wrestling go hand in hand. It seems at least someone in the back had reservations on Morrison becoming WWE champion.
Of course Morrison started out as Johnny Nitro in a pretty successful tag team, he then finally broke out on his own. He went on to win the intercontinental title about three times and it definitely seemed like he was on the right track. There was one incident that didn't win him a lot of fans in the locker room and that was that he apparently "snubbed" Trish Stratus during their Wrestlemania program. I guess he made her look foolish and didn't acknowledge her with the respect she rightfully deserved. I'm not sure if that's exactly the case or if it was just a misunderstanding but that may of been the main reason why he was pushed down after that.
Hopefully the WWE can look past all that one day and see that Morrison is money. I could easily see Morrison carrying the WWE world title if he ever decides to return to the company. Of course right now he doesn't work for the WWE, he has stated he has taken time off to think about his future. If Morrison never comes back to WWE I'm sure there would always be a place for him in TNA, I just think he was such a waste of talent for the look and in-ring skill he had. Let me know your thoughts good or bad!
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