Miro is no longer with WWE, but he’s not working for the competition. Although he hasn’t appeared for Impact Wrestling or AEW, WWE still won’t tag him in any posts.

WWE shared many moments throughout WWE history that featured the former Bulgarian Brute. They have not tagged him in any posts since his April 15th release.

During a recent Twitch stream, Miro spoke out against WWE not tagging him on social media. He did not hold back as he called the practice low-class, dumb, and most unprofessional.”

“I just think it’s such a low-class, dumb, most unprofessional thing to do. I think it’s so, so, so stupid because I don’t work for WWE, but I still get WWE checks every quarter like the merch and stuff they still sell it and they still send me money. I ain’t freaking dead either so why wouldn’t you tag me? Why wouldn’t you use the tag? Why wouldn’t you do that?”

“I’m just trying to understand. It’s not like I work for somebody else like I work for TNA and they don’t want to promote me. Yeah, I get that, but I am here jobless.”

Miro said he could file for unemployment if he wanted, but he doesn’t because he feels that money needs to go to people who need it.

The point he was making asked why WWE still ignores the fact that he’s on social media when posting about him. It just seems to be another decision from Vince McMahon’s company that is a bit hard to wrap your head around.

Transcription by Ringside News

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