Graham Cawthon of TheHistoryofWWE.com sent this in:

He’s the Shaman of Sexy. The Guru of Greatness. The Friday Night Delight.

He’s wowed crowds with the Flying Chuck and the jaw-dropping Starship Pain.

Now John Morrison, Friday Night Smackdown’s hottest rising star, shares his candid thoughts about breaking into the wrestling business and the struggle to stay on top.

Mike Levay, of 93.1 The Wolf in Richmond, Va., got the chance to speak one-on-one with Morrison yesterday morning, just hours before the WWE held their ECW and Smackdown taping at the nearby Richmond Coliseum.

– What does Morrison think of his current identity compared to his previous gimmicks?

– What backlash did he receive in the locker room after winning Tough Enough?

– What did he think of his time in Ohio Valley before coming to the WWE?

– Who did Morrison look up to as a young fan and what does he think of working alongside him now?

Now, thanks to Levay himself, you can hear and download this special interview in its entirety at The History of WWE.com. For more information, visit http://www.thehistoryofwwe.com.

Graham Cawthon, Editor / Webmaster
The History of WWE.com

About The History of WWE:

The History of WWE.com was created in February 2002 with the intent of documenting in detail all the in-ring action of the WWE dating back to its inception in 1963. Over the years, the website has grown to include WCW and ECW results, thousands of newspaper clippings and promotional advertisements, match listings for WWE home videos and DVD releases, a thriving message board, title histories, audio interviews, columns, and reviews. As of July 2009, the site has expanded to also feature Jim Crockett Promotions results dating back to 1983.

The website has attracted praise from wrestling journalists (“An amazing and excellent resource that I use almost daily to double check facts.” – Mike Johnson, PWInsider.com), book authors (“Invaluable” – Michael Krugman, Andre the Giant: A Legendary Life), and wrestlers themselves (“We love your site.” – Jimmy “Boogie Woogie Man” Valiant).

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