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Miro Seemingly Not Happy With His Position In AEW

Miro Seemingly Not Happy With His Position In AEW

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Miro is Seemingly Unhappy With His Position In AEW!

Miro AKA Rusev had been championship material throughout his WWE stint. It wouldn't be unfair to say that he is known for his decade-long career in WWE under the ring name Rusev, where he became the first and so far only Bulgarian wrestler to have worked for WWE.



In 2010, he signed a contract with WWE and was assigned to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), which was rebranded as NXT in 2012 (WWE's developmental territories). He performed on NXT until 2014, when he and his manager Lana were called to WWE's main roster. He is a three-time WWE United States Champion. He was released by WWE in April 2020, debuting in AEW as Miro in September of that year.

This past Friday on "Rampage,” AEW granted a “championship eliminator” match to a newcomer against the current Interim AEW World Champion, Jon Moxley and That individual is Mance Warner. However, to the audiences watching at home that don’t keep up with indie wrestlers, Warner may have felt like a random opponent for Mox when several other contracted stars could be put in the position to earn a future title shot.

Miro took to Twitter and asked, “Who’s this guy that is fighting for the title?” AEW Star could find the answer by messaging a colleague or using an Internet search engine. Still, it appears he wanted to ask the question to emphasize that Warner is essentially an unknown character to AEW's casual audience.



By the tweet and other things going as well, Miro seems to be frustrated with his position in AEW doesn’t end there. After a Twitter user commented on the post and asked, “Are you still in AEW? It seems you had it better in WWE,” Miro would like the tweet.



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