Theres still hope for him to resign if he has a good showing.Even if he's going to be let go, he's being professional about it. He doesn't just sandbag in the ring. He does some pretty good moves in the ring, the crowd pops here and there, and he never has a disgruntled look about him even though he knows whats going on. He uses his few minutes and lands a few good spots here and there. I respect that about him.
Even as a fan of him, I gotta wonder why should he? Here's what the WWE has done to him in the last year:Theres still hope for him to resign if he has a good showing.
This to be honest.JoMo's contract is just about up so he's getting dumped on, just like Sheamus was before he re-signed. He'd be in a lot worse shape if he wasn't making any appearances.
Big return in late july with a promo video, and he gets beaten cleanly by the guy who injured him
Randomly showed up, with no storyline at all, in a couple of mid-card title matches, lost cleanly each time.
Has won less than 5 matches cleanly by himself (aka, no tag partners winning for him) since May, maybe even April.
And where's The Pope now?Yes, he should come to TNA to see if they can do anything with his character. If there is one thing the WWE is not good at these days, its character development. Elija Burke got released because they had no idea what to do with him. He goes to TNA and becomes "The Pope" and has had some great runs as a face and a heel. I would love to see JoMo vs. AJ Styles! Needs to work on his microphone skills, obviously. He has it in the ring.
Because in the IWC, a person has to be on a undefeated streak or they are buried. Then, if that said superstar went on a undefeated streak, they would hate him anyway.Ok, serious question...why is losing cleanly a bad thing?