John Morrison is a true veteran in the pro wrestling world and worked in WWE for many years before departing from the company back in 2012. While many fans thought it would be a short hiatus, Morrison wouldn’t return to the company until 2019.

Morrison’s return to the company was not as impactful or memorable as many fans had hoped and it seems even Morrison feels the same way. While speaking with Scott Fishman of TV Insider, John Morrison was asked how he felt about his WWE return so far.

John Morrison revealed that his return didn’t quite go as expected but for the most part, things have gone the way that he likes.

“In wrestling, things never really go the way you expect. I was really excited to come back and work with Miz. In the Chronicle documentary that talks about my return, Dolph Ziggler is walking toward me while cameras are following. All I did for my debut was open the door and say, ‘I’m sorry. Miz doesn’t feel like talking right now.’ Ziggler gives me a high five after and says, ‘Sweet debut bro.’ Did that go how I expected? No. Everybody thinks of ideas on the basis they see themselves as main event guys. I certainly do. But since then have things gone the way I liked? Definitely, yes.”


John Morrison is set to compete in the Money In The Bank Ladder match on July 18th after defeating Randy Orton on last week’s episode of Monday Night RAW.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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