WWE News: John Morrison Releases a Video Spoof of Triple H and Undertaker

Gone Baby GoneContributerMarch 26, 2012

According to WrestlingInc.com, "The Shaman of Sexy," John Morrison, has decided to jump in on all of the WrestleMania hype by releasing a video where he plays both Triple H and The Undertaker.

The article states:

Six days before The Undertaker faces Triple H in a Hell in a Cell Match at WrestleMania XXVIII, former WWE Superstar John Morrison spoofs the two combatants in a rap video entitled HHH Vs Undertaker rap. A Paul Bearer character also appears.

This video is pretty funny, and it really gives a different perspective to the upcoming Hell in a Cell match. Personally, I am not a fan of Morrison, but it is nice to see that he is getting back into some more shtick work. I always felt his best work was during his run with The Miz, as he was able to explore a more sarcastic side.

Sadly, we never saw that side again after that run.

In the end, I hope someone from the WWE lands this video, as it for sure is a classic and, at the very least, could be used for their You Tube show Are You Serious.

Now, you may not realize this, but JoMo has been doing a great job keeping himself busy since his WWE departure. For starters, he won his first post-WWE singles title, then he appeared in a Weird Al video for FunnyOrDie.com and most recently, he has been doing promo work with an improv comedy group to help with his mic skills.

Overall, it seems as if Morrison has been as busy as ever, and it appears we should see a better on-air product from him in the future.

To see the Triple H vs Undertaker rap, click here.

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