John Morrison has officially signed a multi-year deal with WWE and fans are eagerly waiting for his grand re-debut on RAW or SmackDown (or NXT).
On the latest edition of WWE The Bump, it was announced that Morrison will be appearing as a special guest on next week’s show. This will be his first WWE appearance since 2011.
Per rumors, The Guru of Greatness will be debuting at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view in January, similar to how AJ Styles made his epic WWE debut back in 2016.
It’s safe to assume that WWE definitely has big plans for Morrison at WrestleMania 36, and it shouldn’t come off as a surprise if the company crowns him the new Intercontinental or United States Champion at the Show Of Shows next year.
Meanwhile, RAW’s rapidly rising star Ricochet is having difficulties in the promo department.
The One And Only is widely famous for his impeccable storytelling ability in a match, but he isn’t all that polished when it comes to cutting promos and firing shots on the mic.
On WWE The Bump, Ricochet made a candid revelation – he has a hard time cutting promos. This explains why we haven’t seen him play around with a mic that often since his main roster debut earlier this year.
“I’m trying, it’s ever evolving. See, that’s the hard part for me is whether it’s getting a promo or it’s an emotional fill or whatever. That’s the hard part for me because I’ve always been more of an athletic guy.”
“See, I can tell a story in a match, but it’s hard for me when the camera are on to cut a promo or something you know that’s the hard part for me. That’s what I’m trying to evolve, to catch up on.”
Hopefully, Ricochet will be able to quickly master the art of cutting promos, thereby transforming himself into an all-round Superstar in the days to come.