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Why Miro (Rusev) Hasn’t Appeared On AEW TV Since All Out 2022

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• Why Miro (Rusev) Hasn’t Appeared On AEW TV Since All Out 2022

At the AEW All Out 2022 pay-per-view, Miro (fka Rusev in WWE) teamed up with Sting & Darby Allin to defeat the House Of Black.

Miro hasn’t been seen on AEW programming since then.

Fans aren’t happy that AEW doesn’t have any plans for the former TNT Champion.

However, the Wrestling Observer reported that AEW came up with an idea for Miro, but Miro didn’t like it, so they are finding something else for him now:

“That was completely untrue. There was a creative idea for him. He didn’t want it. They moved on until after the PPV. They are talking new ideas right now.

His idea was better than what Ethan Page got as far as where he’d be pushed, and Page didn’t get his idea but the difference is Ethan Page was seemingly on board with being the guy who wins a bunch, talks a bunch, and sets up the guy getting the title shot in the end. And that’s why he was all over TV.”

WATCH: Lana (Miro’s Wife) Shows Her Bare Buns:

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (December 10, 1987) – WWF Houston House Show

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on December 10, 1987, the World Wrestling Federation held a televised house show at the Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston, Texas.

The event was taped and featured Bruce Pritchard, Mike McGuirk & Duke Doherty on commentary.

The results can be found here:

Sam Houston defeated Dusty Wolfe

Hercules defeated The Junkyard Dog

Demolition defeated Billy Jack Haynes & Brady Boone

Rick Rude defeated Paul Orndorff

The One Man Gang defeated Brutus Beefcake

Rick Martel & Tito Santana defeated Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart

The Ultimate Warrior defeated Iron Mike Sharpe

Greg Valentine defeated Ken Johnson

WWF World Title: Hulk Hogan defeated Ted DiBiase

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