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Chris Van Vliet recently caught up with former WWE star John Morrison. Here are some highlights:

Morrison on a possible WWE return:

"It wouldn’t be the worst thing. Never say never. I have a ton of unfinished business with my frenemy, The Miz, and with a ton of people on the roster, like in the business of professional wrestling. If you look at the rosters of Raw, SmackDown, NXT, Rampage, Dynamite, IMPACT, MLW, Ring of Honor, NWA, I have personal history and issues with everybody, not everybody, but a lot of people on every one of those rosters for sure. So it would be great to go back to WWE. It would be great to go to any one of those rosters because there's a ton of unfinished business and a ton of new matchups, and mostly because I like wrestling."

On almost not being in the tag match at WrestleMania 37 with The Miz against Bad Bunny and Damian Priest:

“I would have been a lot more present, but I went to the Performance Center once to train with him. Then the following episode of Raw, I partially tore my MCL. It was touch and go for a while. It was almost going to be Bad Bunny and Miz in a singles. Then a tag, I didn't know if I was gonna be cleared. People were nervous about me doing much in the match, but I ended up just doing it whether I was cleared or not.”

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On Logan Paul’s first three matches:

“I don't know if anyone's had their first three matches rehearsed as much as he's rehearsed his three matches, especially working one on one with Shawn Michaels. Who in the business can say that they worked for a month-on-one match with Shawn Michaels before they had that match? It's no wonder it was a great match. He's working with one of the best minds, best in-ring technicians, and performers in the history of the business individually for a month for one match.”

Click below for the full interview.

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