WWE Farewell: John Morrison, a Star Forced to Die

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WWE Farewell: John Morrison, a Star Forced to Die

Monday night was officially the last show that John Morrison will be wrestling in WWE for the foreseeable future.

Some would say the writing was on the wall for weeks now, perhaps months, but I know that I was one of the ones holding out hope.

The reports were coming in for months of rumors and news stories. All I could think was that there had been similar reports about CM Punk, and they turned out false.

Rey Mysterio is coming up to the end of his contract with those reports circulating for him as well. I never wanted to believe any of them.

However, Morrison's career is now as good as over according to many reports. It's a shame that cannot be expressed simply.

How do I verbalize my annoyance at one of the most ridiculous, short-sighted, and simply stupid decisions in WWE history?

I don't care if Morrison had a bad attitude at times or had girlfriend problems. You want to talk about someone whose attitude should have affected them? How about Randy Orton?

Honestly, I cannot begin to describe in a small way how contemptible the WWE has been by forcing Morrison out that door with poor booking and ignorant business decisions.

Instead of going on a long rant or trying to simply explain this decision, I think it would be best to simply look back at why all wrestling fans should remember John Morrison.

From MNM to the Guru of Greatness to the Prince of Parkour, how good was Morrison? Phenomenal.

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