Sounds like a match made in pro wrestling heaven, right? Even Eddie Guerrero and the British Bulldog are looking down, saying: “now this I’ve gotta see,” I feel.
It definitely would be something to behold. It would be physical, entertaining and both men have the conviction of an Actor’s Studio graduate, as well as the power and stamina to carry on at a pace that’ll undoubtedly entertain the millions of fans AEW has.
They have been in the ring together…back in their WWE days…the match was on SmackDown. Back then of course, Miro wrestled under the name Rusev, as you may remember, dear readers.
As it turns out, Miro has had his sights set on this version of Samoa Joe, and with this new version of himself added to the mix, things should be special indeed. He would love to face him in the ring. It was as he spoke to talkSport that he made the following statements:
“I respect (Samoa) Joe, a lot. He’s such a legit ass-kicker that I would love to face him and have that classic, put that meat to work…”via talksport.com
He was obviously very respectful about Joe. He wouldn’t be so kind to another AEW wrestler however as he spoke about him.
It was as he continued to speak that he laid some fighting words on the table for yet another AEW star…and a rising one at that: Wardlow. He had this to say about the mighty Wardlow:
“Wardlow is the young guy of the group. He’s got a lot more to learn. He’s big, he’s strong, he’s got the audience behind him, but there is a difference between being on the road for 10, 12, 15 years and doing it consistently. He’s got the Powerbomb Symphony or whatever you call it, but once you test yourself against one of these big guys like me or Joe, who you have a hard time to pick up for one of your powerbombs, then plans change, my friend. What’s your second move? What’s your third move? That’s where the challenge for him is going to come…”via talksport.com (link above)
Both opponents would be great ones to throw at Miro, who has the charisma of an eighties era action film villain. The type of bad guy you want to cheer and watch as he decimates opponents. Weird, but that’s pro wrestling folks. It’s fun to root for the bad guy sometimes, as you all may already know.