WWE Raw: The Miz takes a jibe on the fans ahead of his return this week


WWE Raw: The Miz takes a jibe on the fans ahead of his return this week

The Miz WWE return is just a day away. The A-lister will be back on the Red Brand after missing out due to a knee injury he sustained at the Wrestlemania Backlash pay-per-view. He was involved in a weird Zombie lumberjack match against Damian Priest that saw the A-lister ending up on the losing side.

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During the match, The Miz got injured, and many fans were left wondering that how long his injury would take. But, WWE has announced the return of the former World Champion, and he will be back with his must-see show- The Miz TV.

The Miz and John Morrison will be back together!

After Miz’s injury, his long-time buddy John Morisson that The Miz would not be the same again. It would be interesting to see what Morisson meant at that time and how The Miz would address his 2-week lay-off. He is not scheduled for a match which means his injury still does not allow him to do so. 

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Excited with his WWE Raw return, The Miz expressed his happiness in a social media message and kind of trolled his fans while being at it. He wrote,

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“1 day until The Most Must-See Superstar is back on @wwe #Raw….wait, what? Did I read that correct? Thought that dude was injured and out for like 9 months? How’s he back already….”

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Will The Miz come out on crutches?

After an ACL tear he sustained at Wrestlemania Backlash, it could be a possibility that the A-lister comes out on crutches. WWE has kept his condition secret, and we are not sure if The Miz has got that knee checked out from a doctor. Hopefully, the condition of his knee injury is not that bad, and he could be back with the in-ring action sooner rather than later.