Johnny Mundo, like Cody Rhodes after him, was similarly unwilling to drift in the midcard. His status belied his unique ability; infusing his balletic offence with unprecedented parkour movements, Mundo established himself as both pioneer and powerhouse.
And yet, his former employers were unwilling to reward his progressive style. Mundo was a quiet WWE revolutionary, one who diversified both his own oeuvre and that of the promotion itself, wrestling its first-ever Submissions Count Anywhere Triple Threat outing opposite The Miz and Daniel Bryan at Hell In A Cell 2010.
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