Miro Opens Up About His Future When AEW Contract Expires

2 months ago by Amanda DeChene

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Miro Opens Up About His Future When AEW Contract Expires AEW

On a recent appearance on The Sessions with Renée Paquette, Miro opened up about how much longer he expects to be wrestling.

Miro opened up about whether or not he thinks he will still be willing and able to continue wrestling after this contract with AEW is up.

Miro said:

“I think, after this contract, I thought I was going to be done. I can go more, it depends. I feel great. I feel my body is getting better and better. It’s not hurting, especially now with working, like I said, just having a match just once a week, your body can go so much longer.”

With so many things changing rapidly in WWE (Vince McMahon retiring, Triple H taking over creative) there is already buzz around some of the original crop of WWE defectors who joined AEW but may have seen themselves eclipsed by future signings like CM Punk and Bryan Danielson. 

Talent like Miro, Malakai Black and Andrade El Idolo who were displaced under a Vince McMahon regime in WWE but also haven’t found rocketing successes in AEW continue to create buzz as their social media movements are watched closely for signs of dissension.

Miro is currently involved in a feud with Malakai Black and the House of Black which has teased him joining their dark brood which also boasts the powerful members, Brody King, Buddy Matthews and Julia Hart.

Miro is currently 2-1-0 thus far in 2022; you can check out all of the AEW Men’s roster’s win/loss records by clicking here! 

Transcription via Wrestling Inc.

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