“Why Should He Be Jobbing?”- Twitter Reacts To Reports Of Miro Refusing To Lose At AEW Full Gear

Miro has grabbed the headlines after Dave Meltzer reported that the AEW Superstar turned down a creative idea from the team to lose at AEW Full Gear. Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful reported that Miro has recovered from his injury, but he has been kept off TV because the creative team does not have any storylines for him.

Dave Meltzer mentioned that the creative did have some plans for the AEW Superstar. However, he turned down the offer, which has prompted the top decisionmakers to keep him off TV for a while now. It is unclear whether he is unhappy with his position or not, but the AEW Superstar has reportedly signed a contract extension which keeps him in the Tony Khan-owned promotion until 2026.

On the other side, one more interesting story which has emerged is Lana’s interview. She is the real-life wife of Miro, and in a recent interview, Lana said that everyone wants to end up in WWE one day. Dave Meltzer reported that if the wife one of a wrestler feels like that, then why someone like Tony Khan should waste his time building him up as a top guy.


In case you did not know, Miro initially worked for WWE. He was known as Rusev in that company, and for a long time, he was among the top Superstars on WWE TV. He had some memorable feuds with the likes of Roman Reigns, John Cena, Randy Orton, Dolph Ziggler and Bobby Lashley.

Rusev also got an opportunity to share the screen with legends like The Rock, Vince McMahon, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon during his time with the company. WWE let him go due to the budget cuts.

Fans on Twitter have mixed reactions to Miro turning down AEW’s storyline

Here are some of the top Twitter reactions to the backstage report of Miro turning down AEW’s storyline idea for him at Full Gear:




Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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