Ricky Morton is set to partner with his son in a potentially huge tag match


Ricky Morton believes that you are only as old as you feel, or at the very least, as old as your opponent looks to you.

“I’m 66,” said Morton The latest episode of their “School of Morton” podcast. “When you get into the ring with someone, they can make you look like you’re 66 or they can make you look like you’re 28. There are very few people in this business who are true workers. ”

According to the WWE Hall of Famer, a lot of people today are “worried about their sh*t, but they aren’t worried about the kind of story we’re telling in this match.”

Morton stumbled upon this topic after being asked about Briscoe, which Morton embroiled in during the NWA Crockett Cup back in 2019. Brisco defeated Morton and longtime tag partner Robert Gibson, only to be eliminated in the semi-finals by eventual winners, Brody King and PCO of Villain Enterprises. While Morton has tangled with Brisco, he is not the only former ROH Tag Team Champions Morton wants to scrap with.

“I want to wrestle The Young Bucks, I will,” Morton said. To the delight of his son, Kerry.

His co-hosts also say they are “all in” on the idea. While Morton’s tag partner Robert Gibson has been less active than in recent years, with Morton wrestling with his son, Carey, Carey is clearly excited by the prospect of AEW’s executive vice president wrestling. The father-son duo recently lost in Ric Flair’s last match against second generation Four Horsemen Brock Anderson and Brian Pillman Jr.

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