Former AEW TNT champion Miro is seemingly unhappy with title shots being granted to some random stars and wrestlers making their way into title shots from other wrestling organizations is frustrating many of the wrestlers who are part of the main roster in AEW. This all turned out when Jon Moxley faced Mance Warner for the AEW interim championship on AEW Rampage.
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A rookie to the company was given a “championship eliminator” match against the reigning Interim AEW World Champion, Jon Moxley, this past Friday on “AEW Rampage.” Through organizations like Game Changer Wrestling (GCW) and Major League Wrestling, that individual, Mance Warner, is well-known in the indie wrestling world (MLW).
Mance might have seemed like an arbitrary opponent for Moxley to viewers at home who aren’t familiar with independent wrestlers when several other signed talents could have been put in a position to win a future title shot.
A former TNT Champion, Miro seemed to be feeling the same way when he tweeted, “Who’s this person fighting for the title?” According to AEW Star, the solution could be revealed by texting a colleague or using a search engine.
However, it appears he meant to underline that Warner is practically an obscure persona to casual AEW viewers by asking the question. Miro committed to AEW earlier this year and has a four-year deal that will keep him with the company through at least the starting year of 2026.
Miro discussed his reasons for choosing All Elite Wrestling over WWE at the time in an interview with “Whatculture” conducted soon after he re-signed with AEW.
Miro might be rethinking his stance now that Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, and Nick Khan are the main WWE power players and Vince McMahon has left the company.
When asked why he decided to remain in AEW, Miro responded, “It’s always going to be the freedom. When someone asks me what the difference is, I say, ” It’s the freedom.” You don’t need to hold yourself to a lower standard because I mistakenly believed that was the case in the other place.
To fit their mold, they allow you to reduce your standards. which is not the case here. You go out there and execute your style as best you can, and that’s what makes professional wrestling so much more entertaining because you get to watch various styles battle in the ring.