According to rumor websites, however, it was also John Morrison's last episode, and it was predicted that they would job him out to someone big time on his way out. Lo and behold, the predictions were correct, it happened as it had been told, like a prophecy coming to fruition. Not really a big surprise; it had been predicted for some time that Jomo was on his way out. Hm, maybe wrestling would be more fun if I could make myself not read those rumor boards. Nah, it's not just that, it's the commentating, the blatant misuse of good talent, I won't go on.
Rumor had it that Brodus Clay's long (loooooooooooong)-delayed debut would be squashing Jomo. I wouldn't have minded that; I think he's pretty hot. In a non-traditional way, sure, but it works for me!
Instead, Jomo destruction duty went to The Miz. I've always been kind of lukewarm on The Miz. Switching to trunks was a good move on his part. But for the most part, the hotness of his opponent is integral to my attention span in his matches. Of course with Jomo as his opponent, I'm on board.
It's sad, knowing that may have been (probably was) his last match there, and not knowing when or where he'll appear next. But still, in the way of jobber appreciation, it was very hot. Foreign objects, some token offense, but ultimately the heel standing over his jobber, who he's laid out cold.
|"No light, no light in your bright blue eyes..."|