Miro went to AEW for better opportunities for himself and that happened for a while when he became the TNT Champion. That went up in flames after he dropped the title as a series of injuries halted his momentum. Miro is set to return on the debut episode of AEW Collision and it appears he opened up about his long hiatus from the company.

Miro had not been seen in AEW since All Out, and he didn’t even compete on Dynamite for several months. This was a huge cause of concern for many fans, as they felt Miro was simply being wasted entirely in the company and deserves better.

Fans breathed a sigh of relief after Miro returned on Dynamite last month and it was eventually confirmed that Miro will be part of the debut episode of AEW Rampage on June 17th.

While speaking to Good Karma Wrestling, Miro talked about his absence from in-ring competition for almost a year. Miro admitted that it was very difficult for him and it ate away at him.


It sucks, it sucks (being away from the ring). Just like I said, looking for answers and not getting any, it’s not a good place, and not just me but just overall as a human being when you have no answers to all these questions, it just eats you inside and I had quite a long time to eat myself and even though I’m still 260 pounds, I ate quite a bit. But I’m aching, I’m aching to come back and to find out what’s going on, what’s happening. It’s been a while.

We will have to wait and see how AEW will be booked once he returns to AEW television on June 17th. After all, fans simply want The Redeemer to finally get the push he actually deserves.

What’s your view on what Miro said? Are you glad to see him returning soon? Let us know in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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