Miro cut a passionate promo on AEW Dynamite that garnered a lot of attention. The new TNT Champion spoke his piece, and his name trended on social media for hours following his time on the microphone. Miro certainly brought it in that promo and even Jim Cornette paid attention.

During the Jim Cornette Experience, the famous wrestling manager broke down Miro’s promo. He didn’t hate it, but it might be too late to save The Best Man’s character in AEW due to how poorly they debuted him.

While calling Miro “Bluto,” Jim Cornette said he was “astonished” that the former Rusev had “the best segment” on Dynamite. Then Cornette said “this is the most religious bunch of heels,” after Miro thanked Jesus Christ. Cornette also said that Miro’s promo “shows even more than ever before how f*cked up his introduction was.”

Cornette then put Miro over in a big way for looking great and having bass in his voice. He was also not messing around with video games or wearing Disney Gucci shirts. It still might be too late for him.


“Now he looks good. He’s got his gear on. He’s doing a promo like a badass with bass in his voice. He’s not playing video games. He’s not wearing pink Minnie Mouse t-shirts. He’s not hanging around with his little mascot Pip [Kip Sabian] and his little virginal girlfriend Penelope [Ford]. They’re not doing phony sh*t with undercard goofs like The Best Friends.”

“This guy might have gotten over. I mean, it’s too late now because now we know he is a guy who wears f*ckin’ Minnie Mouse shirts and f*ckin’ plays video games and goes off with goddamn little Pip to play video games or whatever, but at least it’s good to know he could have gotten over if he came out like this from the start.”

Jim Cornette then asked what AEW has been doing with Miro for the past six months. If you ask Cornette, it might be too late for Miro despite that great promo on Dynamite.

Do you think that AEW screwed up Miro’s debut? Sound off in the comments!

Transcription by Ringside News

H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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