AEW saw Miro’s return to action on Collision, and he is determined to make a lot of noise on the show. He won a quick squash match during his return to the company, and he’s not stopping at all.

The former Rusev was released from WWE during the pandemic, but he soon found his way to AEW. Tony Khan’s booking for the Bulgarian Brute didn’t pan out as stellar, though.

While Speaking on Good Karma Wrestling, Miro spoke about his return, and who he would like to step into the ring with.

“I really don’t care. I don’t have that pull. I just show up, I beat people, whatever they tell me. I write my promos, I deliver my promos, everything else is up to him, to the man who sits on top of that chair. I’m not that guy, ‘Oh, I want to work with this guy or that guy.’ No, give me your best, I’ll take them all. It’s all about the story and how you get these. Let’s get there in a way where people are going to be intrigued and have a good match after.”


Now that Miro is back in AEW, and seemingly on a path of destruction, perhaps it is time for a real push to come his way. You also never know if AEW might finally bring in CJ Perry to reunite with her husband on television.

Miro voiced some displeasure about his AEW booking in the past. Tony Khan has a lot of plans, and it seems that he finally made room for the monster on Collision.

What’s your take on Miro’s booking in AEW? Sound off in the comments!

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