With Miro continuing to be absent from AEW television as of late, most fans may assume there is some sort of reason.
However according to a new report from Fighful Select, the reason is actually rather shocking.
After having checked around, numerous sources have informed that Miro is now and has continued to be completely available for action and wants to compete.
The reason he isn’t currently appearing in any storylines on television?
There has not been creative presented for him.
While Miro most recently appeared at AEW pay-per-views All Out and before that, Forbidden Door there is a shocking statistic about Miro’s 2022 in AEW.
Miro has only wrestled in four matches for the entire year, with a solid win/loss record of 3-1-0.
Miro was released by WWE from his previous duties as Rusev in April 2020 alongside many other notable stars who got the chop on that fateful day including Matt Cardona and Maria Kanellis.
You can check out all of the win/loss records for the AEW Men’s roster by clicking here.
Remember that guy ? https://t.co/dh6uNgDL8n
— Miro (@ToBeMiro) November 13, 2022
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