Strange things are afoot in the WWE.
Ok, this is a similar line used in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, but this statement is true.
With top stars dropping like flies due to injuries or personal issues, WWE seems to be pushing the wrong guys.
We have seen a push for Evan Bourne and titles given to Jack Swagger and Sheamus. And while these are talented men, they are not right for the main event picture.
There is a man who is dubbed The Shaman of Sexy and the Guru of Greatness and he has been with the company for some time.
He is a former three time Intercontinental Champion, former ECW champion, and former WWE and World tag team champion, but he is never won the major world title.
I am talking about John Morrison.
Morrison has the moves in the ring, and he has proven time and time again that he can move with the main "eventers."
Morrison has put on some great matches with guys like Rey Mysterio and Jeff Hardy, and his matches have proven to be very entertaining.
The Shaman of Sexy also has the style of a champion.
We can see a mix of Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair in Morrison's look and gimmick.
Morrison can make the women drool and keeps the guys entertained with his funny quotes.
Some say that Morrison's mic skills are not that great but I disagree.
Morrison is smart and quick on his feet. But who says that you have to have great mic skills to be a champion?
Most of the main "eventers" are not that great on the mic. We have Swagger and Sheamus, both guys we can barely understand.
Now is the perfect time for Morrison to be a champion.
Randy Orton is injured. Rey Mysterio needs knee surgery. HHH is out filming his movie. There is rumor that Cena may take some time off. Batista is going to Strikeforce. This opens up a lot of holes which Morrison can fill.
Morrison can also be a team player.
We have seen the man perform well both when he loses and wins his matches. It doesn't matter the outcome, Morrison will put on a good show. We have seen both winning and losing streaks and Morrison always shines.
This is to the creative team in the WWE: Now is the time for John Morrison.