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Who is being more successful in their baby-face roles MVP or Morrison?

Both superstars as most of us know are horrible being a “Good Guy” when their gimmicks are strictly Heel material. (Especially MVP)

John Morrison- A cocky conceited and self-aggrandizing rockstar


MVP- A self absorbed-highest paid athlete who is all about the money.


Now with BOTH superstars are now just a shell of their previous self,(in my opinion) who atleast doing a good job as a baby-face or appealing to you more in their current role as being a Face?




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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-29-2010, 10:56 PM
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Re: Who is being more successful in their baby-face roles MVP or Morrison?

Well, JoMo has won a singles title and appears on his show regularly while MVP really hasn't dont squat. My vote goes to Morrison.
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Re: Who is being more successful in their baby-face roles MVP or Morrison?

I guess I would have to say Morrison. Man MVP is so lame now. It is really sad to see.
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Re: Who is being more successful in their baby-face roles MVP or Morrison?

Better Face - Morrison
Better Heel - MVP

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Re: Who is being more successful in their baby-face roles MVP or Morrison?

Morrison. At least he's doing something.
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Re: Who is being more successful in their baby-face roles MVP or Morrison?

They're both awful in their own special way. But Morrison - justified or not - is part of the biggest angle in the company right now while MVP is a ghost, so it's obviously Morrison.

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Re: Who is being more successful in their baby-face roles MVP or Morrison?

I would take MVP (or.....anyone) over Morrison, but Morrison is obviously achieving more success. He's in the main event of SummerSlam, however much an afterthought he is in it, and he's acquired a win over a previous world champion at one point in the year.

So far, the only thing MVP can say he's been more successful at than Morrison is being a coach on NXT.



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