Miro used to work under the name of Rusev when he was in WWE. During his time in the company, Miro was largely underutilized and fans were unhappy with his booking as well. Miro recently shared some advice for wrestlers who are dissatisfied with the amount of television time they receive in AEW.
AEW President Tony Khan recently secured a number of stars to either per-appearance or full-time contracts. The promotion has a sizable talent list. He will also use his ROH brand talent, whether it be for Dynamite or Rampage, on weekly TV.
While some wrestlers compete in just one match each month, others compete more frequently. In AEW, there have been numerous problems that have forced Khan to call a talent meeting last week. Miro shared on Twitter what he believes wrestlers should do rather than complaining about it.
Being upset about not being on the show is a good thing. Now use that feeling and get better. Keep training, believing, and don’t be complacent.
Miro was taken off AEW programming for several months after losing to Bryan Danielson in an AEW Title Eliminator tournament match at Full Gear in November, so he is aware of what these wrestlers are going through. Miro initially missed time due to a hamstring injury, but eventually received a medical clearance and continued to play for Khan. Miro returned to AEW television in June. Only time will tell what’s next for the Redeemer. You may check out his tweet below.
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