In a surprising turn of events, Miro and Thunder Rosa made their returns to AEW during tonight’s episode of Dynamite, which took place in Detroit.

The show featured a segment where Miro was stopped backstage by Renee Paquette, who questioned why he was there. Miro simply looked at Paquette and proceeded to walk into AEW President Tony Khan’s office.

Later in the show, the announcers acknowledged Miro’s return and cut back to Paquette, who was waiting outside Khan’s office for an update. To everyone’s surprise, Thunder Rosa also appeared and expressed her desire to get some answers from Khan. Like Miro, she entered Khan’s office, but no further details were provided during the episode.

Fightful Select has confirmed that the surprise returns of Miro and Thunder Rosa are connected to the upcoming premiere of AEW Collision. It seems that both wrestlers will be part of the Collision roster.


During Dynamite, Khan himself made an appearance to issue a statement and tease an announcement for next Wednesday on TNT and then on TBS, strongly indicating the arrival of the new Collision show. For more details on Khan’s statement and significant plans for Collision, including AEW brand split rumors and the involvement of CM Punk and AEW Executive Vice Presidents The Elite, you can refer to the provided links.

Miro has not wrestled since teaming with Sting and Darby Allin to defeat the current AEW World Trios Champions, House of Black, at AEW All Out on September 4, 2022. He was previously teased for a new storyline but declined creative plans that involved working with Adam Page. Throughout 2022, Miro only wrestled four times while pursuing acting opportunities.

As for Thunder Rosa, her last match took place on August 10, 2022, when she teamed up with Toni Storm and Hikaru Shida for a victory over Marina Shafir, Emi Sakura, and Nyla Rose during the Elevation tapings. Rosa relinquished the AEW Women’s World Title in November due to injury and later returned in February to contribute Spanish commentary. She has also been involved in backstage issues with other wrestlers.

While the specific return dates for Miro and Thunder Rosa to the ring have not been announced, fans can anticipate further updates as the AEW Collision premiere approaches.

What are your thoughts on the surprise returns of Miro and Thunder Rosa to AEW? Are you excited to see them back in action and potentially part of the upcoming AEW Collision show? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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