Miro Explains His AEW Absence

Miro Explains His AEW Absence

Miro hasn’t wrestled since he defeated Andrade El Idolo at AEW’s World’s End pay-per-view back in December, and with it disclosed that following his separation from CJ Perry, he had moved back to Bulgaria, his status with the company wasn’t clear. However, during a recent interview with Bill Apter, he confirmed that he has been dealing with both a shoulder and elbow injury, which he got taken care of in January, and will be “back stronger than ever” once he has fully rehabbed.

“I have a shoulder injury and an elbow injury that occurred late last year, so finally took care of it late January. Got a whole bunch of shots, and now I’m recovering, rehabbing, and come back stronger than ever.”

Miro

38-year-old Miro made his name in WWE as Rusev, but after being released from the company in April 2020, he would debut for Tony Khan’s promotion the following September. Initially, he would be given an ill-fitting gamer gimmick and put alongside Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford. Yet, with that clearly not working, he would become “God’s Favorite Champion” and pushed as a dominant force in the company, up until injury and outside projects derailed his momentum.

JAMES RYDER

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