John Morrison, going by the name Johnny Elite made his AEW debut this past Wednesday by entering the Owen Hart Foundation men’s tournament in the mystery Joker slot. However, fans of the former WWE star were left disappointed after it wasn’t later announced he’d signed with AEW. Nevertheless, during a recent interview on Busted Open, AEW’s head-honcho Tony Khan would say it was great having him in AEW and commented on him being a great mentor to the younger wrestlers. Seemingly not ruling out a future return.
AEW currently has a massive roster, and one common complaint among fans is that their favorite talents don’t receive enough television time. Therefore it’s understandable why Khan may be reluctant to bring in yet another wrestler full-time. Yet with wrestling promotions constantly needing to revamp their rosters to give fans new matches, it certainly wouldn’t be surprising to see Morrison again, with matches against Ricky Starks, Wheeler Yuta, and Sammy Guevara appealing.
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