Cedric Alexander Comments On Returning This Week; John Morrison Talks "...Dive"

Cedric Alexander

Cedric Alexander Returning To TV This Week

After suffering a knee injury and being out of action since December, Cedric Alexander will return to 205 Live this week. He took to Twitter to comment on his return:

John Morrison Comments On "...Dive"

In case you weren't aware of the current back-and-forth on Twitter, there has been some debate between grizzled veterans like Rip Rogers, current stars like Randy Orton and independents like Ricochet and Will Ospreay regarding the indy formula of working a match as compared to the style of mainstream wrestling.

Recently, former WWE talent is now talking about it too as John Morrison weighed in on the debate:

"I read his tweet and laughed at it. It's classic Randy. Ultimately, as far as Randy goes and his career, he's clearly one of the most successful wrestlers of all time. He's never been a guy that's done dives because he's never had to and it's his prerogative too. That's not the style of wrestling that he wanted to do. I think there are instances where people take it too far but ultimately in my opinion, wrestling is for the people and if everyone keeps that in mind, what's happening in the ring and the energy that's being exchanged between the performers in the ring and the fans and capturing that on TV as your televised wrestling but because wrestling is for the people, everything is subjective and just opinions. There's going to be your Randy Orton, your Vader, your Jim Cornette, your Will Ospreay, your Richochet and all those people have different fortes and different strong suits and tell different stories. I feel like I like to blend all that stuff, like grounded storytelling but also I liked watching guys like Rey Mysterio and Rob Van Dam in ECW and they were doing all kinds of crazy stuff. I was jumping off the couch when I was watching those guys, so to me there's a place for everything. Ultimately, it's not even really up to me or any of the wrestlers. It should be up to the fans to cheer for what they like."


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