Miro Recalls Legitimate Heat Within League Of Nations

Miro Recalls Legitimate Heat Within League Of Nations AEW

Miro revealed his memories of the WWE stable League of Nations and how the members had legitimate heat with one another.

The League of Nations was a group consisting of Miro (then known as Rusev), Sheamus, Alberto Del Rio and Wade Barrett. The faction was put together in 2015 for the sole purpose of making Roman Reigns strong during his initial babyface run.

Speaking on The Kurt Angle Show, Miro revealed that the group had issues with each other to the point that they argued minutes before their WrestleMania 32 match with The New Day.

The former TNT Champion stated:

It is what it is, it still got us a WrestleMania match with The New Day,

At that time we had a lot of problems internally within the group so there was a lot of fighting going on and I’m not proud of that by any means. It was so messed up that even practices, you know, you have to talk about the matches every now and then and you couldn’t even get all of us together.

It was such a disaster and then the match day came and even before the match, we almost got in a fight within us. Right before we walked out, we almost got in a fight, the four of us.

We went out there and had the match, we also had a bad attitude like why’s these Hall of Famers coming in and doing all these maneuvers on us. But at the end of the day, I love Steve Austin, I wanted to take the Stunner and I got to take it. The people loved it, we won whatever, then when the music hit and Shawn [came down] and everything, people loved it.

Transcription via Wrestling Inc.

This statement echoes the thoughts of the other members who have recalled their time in the group.

Miro is currently been absent from AEW television since Full Gear 2021 when he lost to Bryan Danielson in the AEW World Title Eliminator Finals.

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