WWE Superstars can sometimes find a lot of success in other areas of combat sports after their release. John Morrison set his sights on a jump into the boxing world, and it seems that he is really enjoying himself so far. That being said, he’s looking for his next fight.

John Morrison won his debut boxing match recently, and he’s feeling good about himself. He also threw out little jab at Triple H, because The Game couldn’t “win a real fight.”

While speaking to the MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani, John Morrison had a lot to say. When it comes to a future opponent, he has his eye on Jake Paul. While discussing the matter, he praised KSI, who wants to fight Jake, but the former WWE Superstar would also gladly throw his name in the conversation.

“I know he [KSI] wants to fight Jake Paul. KSI I think is the best boxer in the Misfits organization, which is why I’d be excited about fighting him. Jake Paul is such a handjob, man.”


If John Morrison does get his fight with KSI, he said it’s only ending one way. “He’ll be up there looking at the lights. They’ll give him the King Kong Bundy 100 count.”

John Morrison then admitted that, while Jake Paul does have a bit more experience in terms of consistent training in the boxing ring, it would be very fun to fight him. Only time will tell if that ever happens.

Jake Paul has impressed in the boxing ring, but John Morrison is undefeated at this point. It seems that Morrison is looking for new opponents, and he’s not going to back down from a big name like the Problem Child.

What’s your take on John Morrison jumping into the boxing world? Do you think he has it in him to be a champion in boxing? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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