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John Morrison reveals outlandish crypto angle that WWE wants to run with

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WWE Superstar John Morrison recently spoke to Steven Muehlhausen of DAZN.com. The former Intercontinental Champion discussed a number of topics during the interview, including the reveal that WWE wants to run a ‘cryptocurrency’ angle with Morrison that he recently pitched.

‘I feel like I pitch an idea every week” John Morrison began on the interview. “Some of them are dumb; some aren’t. I laughed a lot about dipsticks because I loved that idea.”

“I think ’˜Hurricane’ (Helms) sent me a tweet that said WWE just trademarked ’˜drip drip stick’” Morrison added. “They want to do crypto drip. I pitched that for two months. That fits so many things.’

John Morrison Cryptocurrency

It’s not confirmed exactly what crypto drip will entail, but by the sounds of it WWE will be releasing their own form of cryptocurrency.

WWE aren’t the first pro wrestling company to try this, with AEW and MJF recently unveiling a cryptocurrency that has had a somewhat turbulent time on the market.

Rally Network, the team behind $MJF COIN, and MJF himself released the following when the new currency went live back in June:

INTRODUCING THE $MJF COIN

Just in case you’ve been living under a rock or are just plain stupid, cryptocurrency is the future. That’s why I am doing you a favor by announcing the creation of $MJF, a creator coin (also known as a social token) designed to create an economy around me, the fastest and youngest rising star in the history of professional wrestling.

“They [WWE] want to do crypto drip. I pitched that for two months”

JOHN MORRISON

With WWE seemingly making changes to creative daily, it’s unlikely that this will come to fruition. However, if there is Drip Drip crypto sign me up.

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