Miro made his return to All Elite Wrestling tonight on AEW Dynamite live from The Forum in Los Angeles California. He returned by answering the open challenge made by Johnny Elite. He cut a promo before heading to the ring for the match where he referenced his “Redemer” character and made it clear he has his eyes set on gold once again.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) June 2, 2022
Miro Makes AEW Return on Dynamite
Miro was last seen in an AEW ring at Full Gear 2021. He was defeated by Bryan Danielson in the finals of the AEW World Championship Eliminator Tournament Final. He has been out of action since then. Miro held the AEW TNT Championship for 140 days in 2021. He defeated Darby Allin on Dynamite in May of 2021 and held it until September of 2021 when he was defeated by Sammy Guevara for the championship.
Now that Miro is back in AEW full time the roster should be on notice as he has left a path of destruction in his path in the past. Miro made his AEW debut in 2020 and was aligned with Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford where he was known as the best man. He was known as Rusev during his time in WWE where he is a former three-time WWE United States Champion.
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