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Why I Feel WWE SmackDown Desperately Needs John Morrison and R-Truth

Ricky AKA The JokerCorrespondent IMay 8, 2011

Both R-Truth and John Morrison are superstars who have definitely impressed me in the past few weeks.

John Morrison for his impressive high-flying abilities and R-Truth for his entertaining new heel persona.

Two weeks ago, during the WWE draft, WWE Creative made a huge mistake by not moving both of these rising stars to Smackdown so they could further their stardom and continue their rivalry over there.

With Edge retired, Smackdown needed a new top face and Morrison was a suitable candidate, but WWE blew it with not choosing Morrison.

Not to forget, Smackdown is short of high-flyers and John Morrison could fill the gap that Rey Mysterio and Kofi Kingston left behind when they were drafted to Raw.

R-Truth also would've benefited from moving to SmackDown seeing that he could've been a top heel there as well.

I say that instead of Mark Henry turning heel and moving to Smackdown, it should've been R-Truth who made the move.

Also, instead of pulling that stupid Cena double-draft, WWE could've moved John Morrison to Smackdown.

But since they're on Raw, their air time will probably be given to already established superstars such as John Cena, Triple H, Rey Mysterio, The Miz, and CM Punk.

Anyways, I still feel that it's not too late, WWE should trade both John Morrison and R-Truth to SmackDown for two other superstars.

That's it for now, until next time, Joker out!

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