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anonymous
05-10-2018, 08:37 AM
If 'Plan think Seth Rollins is the best wrestler in the WWE right now, I think he's wrong. I'd argue his opponent last week was. Entertaining on the mic, suddenly very capable in the ring and with more character depth than Rollins could dream of. I'm a Mizfan. Hopefully he wins Money in the Bank.

Anyway, he at least deserves a thread.

SirSam
05-10-2018, 08:42 AM
I was talking on twitter with someone that asked if there was anyone else in the company that is a better all round package than Miz right now?

I honestly was struggling to answer, Rollins is the obvious other guy and I'd say Bryan at his peak. Although they are great they are both a step behind Miz on the mic while they are potentially a step beyond him in terms of wrestling ability. I'm splitting hairs as we are talking about the absolute best but Miz stacks up pretty well compared to both of them.

The only other guy I could pull out of left field is Dean Ambrose who I'd say is the only guy on the The Miz's level on the mic and is actually quite similar in the ring too, although being out injured handicaps him in the discussion right now.

Crazy that this guy that Miz has come so far, I remember when he blew up in 2010 thinking 'there might be something here' but I would never have picked him to be amongst the absolute top guys in the company.

Prime Time
05-10-2018, 08:44 AM
Since Bryan had to quit there's been one constant in the WWE main roster matches I've really liked. And that's The Miz. I'd have called you crazy if you'd said that before the 2016 brand split, and yet here we are.

Funny thing for us to finally agree on, Nony.

Oliver
05-10-2018, 09:01 AM
Miz has become a secret workhorse. It's amazing, actually, his sudden putting of everything back together.

It's been said, but stands repeating: I really do think that concussion from Mania 27 had serious linngerinng side effects and it's taken him years to get back to that level again. It certainly feels like there was something suddenly changed.

I think I really started to notice it about Extreme Rules 2016, so that's the past two years that I'd proably peg The Miz as being either the guy, or on his way to being the guy, in the midcard.

Powder
05-10-2018, 09:02 AM
The Miz is most likely winning MITB and taking the title off AJ by then end of the year. This, as I stated in the previous version of the forums, is to set up Bryan's Rumble win and challenging the Miz for the WWE title at Mania.

LibSuperstar
05-10-2018, 12:13 PM
Miz is really gaining my respect. He has such appreciation for tradition he wants the IC and WWE Titles to be taken seriously. In a new SI interview he stated the WWE Title should always close a PPV.


The Miz is most likely winning MITB and taking the title off AJ by then end of the year. This, as I stated in the previous version of the forums, is to set up Bryan's Rumble win and challenging the Miz for the WWE title at Mania.

Great scenario!

mizfan
05-10-2018, 01:22 PM
Totally agree with Ollie that WM27 derailed Miz far more than we have known, because he was very nearly as good before that as he is now. But now, holy crap, he really is better than ever. I think he smokes Rollins on the mic and does laps around Ambrose's recent work, and I think in the ring he's become one of the best in the world today at engaging the crowd, building a story, creating believable near falls, and holding a match together while some other guy does flips around him. The man is on another level right now, it's amazing and I'm so glad for the guy who looked like he was going nowhere fast just a few short years ago.


I'm a Mizfan.

<3

Prime Time
05-10-2018, 01:35 PM
because he was very nearly as good before that as he is now.

The thing for me is that now, I buy into what he does. Back then, he seemed like a guy who was trying to be annoying. Which makes sense because that's obviously what he was, but I think if you're looking to buy into it there's a whole other level there that he's at now.

I do buy the injury thing though, because he turned to dross for a while there and even his fans didn't really like watching him.

mizfan
05-10-2018, 01:45 PM
That was a tough period for me, it's true!

anonymous
05-10-2018, 01:59 PM
Part of me wants him to try a face run. As hes the ultimate heel, it would be interesting. Moments like when hes chatted about his family and when hes just gotten face pops have made me wonder though.

I do think he could pull it off one day.

mizfan
05-10-2018, 02:02 PM
There is absolutely money in an eventual face run. His real story is genuinely inspiring, even more so now that he's clawed his way back to the top of the mountain against all odds AGAIN after doing it once and then falling off. The family stuff is also potentially great. I'm not sure WWE has the chops for it right now but maybe down the line.

SirSam
05-10-2018, 04:41 PM
He is just such a great heel though. One of the few genuine heels left, someone who isn't afraid of acting like a coward when it comes down to it (although he has been toning down that side of his character in recent months).

Prime Time
05-20-2018, 06:37 AM
Interesting development, Miz says Bryan isn't at his level... and Bryan agrees, saying that Miz has having great matches and since his return he's obviously got work to do if he wants to get back to the top level.

Honest answer. Not sure it does much for the feud!

SirSam
05-20-2018, 07:32 AM
Especially since he has been back for barely 2 months and one of those performances was 70+ minutes in the Greatest Royal Rumble.

I guess it distances them and gives Bryan something he has to work towards before he can take on The Miz. Does make me wonder when they are going to pull the trigger. Suggests to me that it may be a little later, possibly even putting it off to Mania.

anonymous
05-20-2018, 08:33 AM
Bryan didn’t steal the show again Big Cass, but the Miz really did. Although quality of opposition is a factor.

I don’t think the Rumble equates to much. That match was a fun mess and whilst Bryan was a focal point, I wouldn’t say it was his best work. He needs to feud with a decent wrestler. I’d like to see him fight Shelton Benjamin or someone of that level. The Cass feud does nothing for him.

I’m still shocked Miz hasn’t taken time off for his baby. Is he just too important these days?

mizfan
05-21-2018, 12:17 PM
Pretty sure Miz is a Cena-level workaholic, so that might explain it. He also probably knows he's hotter now than he has been in years, maybe ever, so it'd be a bad time to ask off. That's what killed Steamboat's push permanently back in the day.

Fascinating development with Bryan. Reminds me of in the original NXT, when he said he should be eliminated because he had a losing streak.

I feel like it makes sense too, think about how badly Bryan wants to beat Miz. If he rushes in while he's still rusty, even slightly, and gets beat, that's an unbelievable psychological defeat. Like, a crippling one. I dig the idea that Bryan is holding back his desire to swing wildly at Miz, instead making sure his arsenal if fully restocked before going back to work. God, that's going to be a hell of a match when it happens.

SirSam
05-25-2018, 05:58 AM
I like that idea, a furious but focused Bryan would truly be a danger to The Miz. Right now, especially after the Rollins match it does feel like Miz would be able to handle Bryan.

anonymous
05-25-2018, 06:54 AM
Could Bryan vs Miz be a/the main event at the next WrestleMania? It's possible the most foreshadowed and epic possible feud in the leadup.

SirSam
05-25-2018, 06:57 AM
It certainly has the makings of an awesome video package dating all the way back to NXT

mizfan
05-28-2018, 12:53 PM
Man, if you think about it that's like 7-8 years of kind of semi-continuous feuding. How many people can say that? In a weird way, they were made for each other. I seriously can't wait for that match to go down, wherever it ends up being.

Team Farrell
05-28-2018, 01:09 PM
Could Bryan vs Miz be a/the main event at the next WrestleMania? It's possible the most foreshadowed and epic possible feud in the leadup.

Yes, Miz should win MITB (possibly by screwing Bryan at the last moment) and call his shot in advance for Survivor Series in Los Angeles. Bryan should win the Rumble and there we have the top Mania main event that they could ask for in the company at this time.

SirSam
06-04-2018, 09:47 AM
Cena gave Miz a shout out as one of the guys who has the right attitude which is interesting given how systematically he burreied the guy at the start of the decade.

Powder
06-04-2018, 09:58 AM
And at WM last year. Why couldn't Cena (WWE) let the Miz win the match with Maryse and still have Cena propose?

SirSam
06-04-2018, 10:09 AM
That would have been pretty awesome too, he could have said something like "I may not have won the match but I got something even more important".

Alan
06-04-2018, 10:33 AM
I think in any other company, this would be a massive feud, and they would brilliantly play up the 8 year history between them, and even tie in some of the backstage stuff about how WWE management really didn't think much of Bryan in NXT because of his size, and actually consciously tried to bury him (something that Bryan talks about in his WWE-sanctioned book). But I don't have faith that the WWE would a) even do this feud for a Mania main event, b) treat it, and book it properly and incorporate the rich, long story and details.

This is something NJPW would be good at. Like how they told the Shibata/Tanahashi story in their feud, and about Shibata/Tanahashi's real life heat over Tanahashi feeling that Shibata 'abandoned the company when it was struggling', and then Shibata coming back and 'righting that wrong, through hard work, and earning people's respect'. They had an awesome match, and they incorporated all this years-long backstory into it.

Here's a picture recap that was unfortunately too large to link in image format:

https://puu.sh/AyV6Z.jpg

https://www.reddit.com/r/SquaredCircle/comments/41mwm9/was_there_real_heat_between_shibata_and/

mizfan
06-04-2018, 11:56 AM
I don't think Cena necessarily buried Miz in their original feud. The booking certainly buried the guy, they should have never let that horrible I Quit match go down the way it did, but I never got the impression Cena was looking to push Miz down. If anything I thought Cena always liked Miz because they are basically identical in their attitude, which is to work hard nonstop in and out of the ring.

Comparing Bryan/Miz to Shibata/Tanahashi is very interesting. It's not 1 to 1, obviously, but I can absolutely see some similarities. I also agree that I don't have a lot of faith in WWE to execute it to maximize it's potential, but in any form I think it's still going to be a real pleasure.

SirSam
07-04-2018, 08:50 AM
Gotta say that since coming to Smackdown things have possibly stalled a little for Miz. Coming in off an absolute barn burner with Rollins he played his part in the MITB but hardly stood out and now seems to be matchless at Extreme Rules AND just got beaten by Jeff HArdy for the US Title.

What is really next for Miz?

Powder
07-04-2018, 09:00 AM
I think that the Miz is in a holding pattern until the WWE wants to pull the trigger on the Bryan feud.

I've said it before, but my best guess to how this plays out:

The Miz will feud with AJ Styles after SummerSlam and will win the title from Styles by Survivor Series. Styles gets his rematch at the Rumble, but the Miz retains. Later that night, Bryan finally wins the Rumble and there we have it.

Oliver
08-07-2018, 01:36 AM
As anybody else seen this?

https://mobile.twitter.com/WWE/status/1026181499106684929?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5 Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1026181499106684929&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fuproxx.com%2Fprowrestling%2F the-miz-daniel-bryan-wwe-interview-e-news-video%2F

The Miz is my dude. Sweet Jeebus, this is on another level.

SirSam
08-08-2018, 04:08 AM
Yeah this is fantastic thanks for pointing out out. This whole feud has been pulled off very well. Tonight on smackdown the surprise of Bryan attacking out of nowhere was done well too. I really hope they give this a full video package Monster style.

Who wins though, there has got to be more future in the feud of Miz wins but then again I would have said the same thing about Gargano and Ciampa.

Skulduggery
08-08-2018, 05:54 AM
I am looking forward more to just the Miz/Bryan pre-match promotional video package at SummerSlam more than I am any SummerSlam match from the entire RAW side of things.

Best thing going into SummerSlam, head and shoulders above the rest.

Team Farrell
08-08-2018, 10:27 AM
Yeah this is fantastic thanks for pointing out out. This whole feud has been pulled off very well. Tonight on smackdown the surprise of Bryan attacking out of nowhere was done well too. I really hope they give this a full video package Monster style.

Who wins though, there has got to be more future in the feud of Miz wins but then again I would have said the same thing about Gargano and Ciampa.

Miz wins, hands down. And maybe clean, too. All reports are that Bryan has yet to re-sign. That's the primary reason that they're doing this match at SummerSlam. If Bryan hasn't re-signed by the show, there's no reason to not put Miz over 100% clean, and I'd imagine Bryan would be happy to do the honours. If he has re-signed, then Miz wins but on some sort of technicality or with some controversy so that after he's beaten AJ Styles for the WWE Title -- perhaps at Survivor Series -- he can deny Bryan a rematch for the belt since he's "already beaten him" only for Bryan to win the Rumble.

Cult Icon
08-08-2018, 02:10 PM
Coach is absolutely right, specifically because of Bryan's situation. As of today he hasn't re-signed and we're less than a month away from his contract expiring. Even more interesting is the fact that All In is less than a month away and they have yet to announce Kenny Omega's match for that show, despite having a ready made opponent in Pentagon who hasn't been booked. I'm wondering if they're keeping it open for the possibility that Bryan may wind up available. Either way until something changes, Miz should win and should win clean.

Team Farrell
08-08-2018, 02:50 PM
Is Bryan's contract up as of September 1? Like, could he work SummerSlam, then All In, then re-sign and be back on SmackDown on Tuesday?

It's a tough spot for Cody & Co. It's sold out anyway, so what does it matter what they promote...but I feel like if they announced Bryan in advance WWE would try to do something to fuck with it. Something that would tie Bryan up for an extra day or two.

Cult Icon
08-08-2018, 03:10 PM
Is Bryan's contract up as of September 1? Like, could he work SummerSlam, then All In, then re-sign and be back on SmackDown on Tuesday?

It's a tough spot for Cody & Co. It's sold out anyway, so what does it matter what they promote...but I feel like if they announced Bryan in advance WWE would try to do something to fuck with it. Something that would tie Bryan up for an extra day or two.

In theory he could absolutely do that. The only thing preventing that from happening would be Vince being so mad he wouldn't want Bryan back afterwards and there is absolutely no way I can buy that being a possibility. I'm still stunned so few have brought up the fact that Bryan has all the power here. WWE needs him more than he needs them, he doesn't care that much about money, he has all this stuff he wants to do that can only be done outside the WWE umbrella (a big Tokyo Dome match, a hair match in CMLL, so on and so forth) and he's just watched Chris Jericho prove that you can go back and forth between two companies (although there is a rumor that Vince is upset with Jericho for taking the Naito match). I wouldn't doubt at all he's decided to take the Jericho route, work per date for places and keep all his options open. We'll find out shortly and this match with the Miz will probably be a strong indication either way.

If Bryan is on All In by the way, I don't think it would be that tough a spot for Cody and them. As you said Coach, the show is already sold out; they really don't have to announce anything else if they don't want to, even to get more PPV buys (I think they'll draw there just based on sure curiosity). If they know they have Bryan, all they need to do is have Kenny announce he's issuing an open challenge for the main event on Being the Elite and they can ride the speculation all the way to the match. That might be even better than announcing Omega-Bryan straight up, as it offers the possibility that other people (like say, CM Punk) could answer the challenge.

LK3185
08-08-2018, 06:07 PM
I thought i read that Bryan signed a short 3 month extension?

Cult Icon
08-08-2018, 07:24 PM
Last month Sean Ross Sapp reported that Bryan and WWE had agreed on a deal. A day later Meltzer refuted that report and while he didn't back off it, Ross Sapp did admit it was possible he had been worked by his source. The only thing since then was Meltzer, once again, stating that Bryan hadn't re-signed as of earlier this week. I imagine if Bryan did re-sign it would be something the WWE website would report on given how big a star he is and the fact they haven't also confirms he's still undecided going into this final month.

Oliver
08-10-2018, 08:09 AM
Surely any non-compete clause in Bryan's contract would preclude him from appearing at All In given the televised/streaming nature of it? I thought that WWE's non-competes normally let people work as long as it wasn't something people could watch live, hence why they always get immediate bookings but don't turn up in RoH/TNA/NJPW for a few months?


If Bryan is on All In by the way, I don't think it would be that tough a spot for Cody and them. As you said Coach, the show is already sold out; they really don't have to announce anything else if they don't want to, even to get more PPV buys (I think they'll draw there just based on sure curiosity). If they know they have Bryan, all they need to do is have Kenny announce he's issuing an open challenge for the main event on Being the Elite and they can ride the speculation all the way to the match. That might be even better than announcing Omega-Bryan straight up, as it offers the possibility that other people (like say, CM Punk) could answer the challenge.

Equally, if they thought there was a chance of Bryan getting to do this, they could always start the process. If it's an open challenge, they have a ready made answer in Flip Gordon - while he's not booked, the loophole would be he's answering an open challenge.

LK3185
08-10-2018, 08:23 AM
I was led to believe that early termination of a WWE contract is when the 90 day no compete clause is enforced.. or if someone chooses to leave early. Not when the contract is up.

Having said that, I don't see Bryan at All in. Regardless, Miz should win this match. It would set him up nicely for a match with AJ or more matches with Bryan if/when Bryan stays.

Powder
08-14-2018, 10:25 PM
If the WWE has Bryan beat the Miz at SummerSlam, then the Miz will be done forever. The Miz NEEDS the win. Bryan can absorb the loss and lose one ounce of respect or popularity. But the loss will kill the Miz.

LWO4Life
08-15-2018, 11:22 AM
I don't think the Miz needs a win. The Miz is reaching a certain level of over, that he can lose and still be a credible heel. He's the type of heel that could hold a title for over a year, lose almost all his matches, comeback on Tuesday and still have the belt and make you believe that him losing was all part of the plan and he's still the greatest champion today. WWE hasn't had this level of heel in a long, long, long time. I'm not going to say he's all the way there yet, but he's really close.

Powder
08-15-2018, 05:49 PM
That's my point, and it was shown when the Miz lost to Cena at Mania, where he should have won there too. Even a chicken shit champion heel, needs to get a clean win every now and then to keep them credible. The video packages last night did a really good job highlighting the 8 year feud between Miz and Bryan, and with the way, and all of the legit points Miz makes in his interviews, he should get the win.

The Miz can then duck Bryan until Mania, saying that he has nothing left to prove, that he beat Bryan and he no longer wants anything to do with him. Then by the Rumble you have Miz win the WWE Title and Bryan win the Rumble setting up the rematch, where the Miz can't hide, and Bryan gets his revenge AND the Title.

LK3185
08-15-2018, 07:44 PM
The Miz doesn't want anything to do with Bryan now, you're not doing anything new with Miz by saying that. I think the Miz should win but and he probably will. Hell in a cell is next month and they need a match for that show.... so it could be Miz/Bryan again or Joe/Styles but they have to have a reason to get in cell... Miz cheating to win does accomplish that.. Can't see this being a one off is my point. If they go to a Miz/AJ feud right after its not gonna be til the rumble that Miz takes the title..

Only way this match is a one off is if Bryan really does leave the company.

Powder
08-15-2018, 08:09 PM
The Miz should win and clean. Nothing dirty.

LWO4Life
08-15-2018, 10:52 PM
Miz won the Cena match

LifeLostInRewind
08-15-2018, 11:02 PM
Miz won the Cena match

This. Although, the attention was on The Rock and not The Miz.

LK3185
08-15-2018, 11:13 PM
Heels don't win clean, especially the Miz.

Powder
08-16-2018, 07:00 AM
Miz won the Cena match


This. Although, the attention was on The Rock and not The Miz.

I meant the mixed tag, from 2 years ago, and even with the Miz reminding everyone that he did beat Cena, as stated, that was the Rock. The Miz was completely shafted at Mania 27. It was his first (and only) chance to headline Mania and he was completely overshadowed by the Rock. He is almost completely forgotten about.

LifeLostInRewind
08-16-2018, 10:41 AM
I meant the mixed tag, from 2 years ago, and even with the Miz reminding everyone that he did beat Cena, as stated, that was the Rock. The Miz was completely shafted at Mania 27. It was his first (and only) chance to headline Mania and he was completely overshadowed by the Rock. He is almost completely forgotten about.

At first I thought you did and I wrote that in my response initially, but when I reread your post and saw " Even a chicken shit champion heel" so it made me think you were referring to his match against Cena for the title. That being said, I apologize for misunderstanding your post.

But yes, you are correct. Maryse and The Miz should have won that mixed tag match. Cena had his Mania moment by proposing to Nikki. He didn't need the W on top of it.

Prime Time
11-22-2018, 08:21 AM
Fair bit of coverage out there that they are quietly testing Miz out as a babyface.

Powder
11-22-2018, 09:12 AM
There is a scenario out there that could generate nuclear heat for the Miz AND Daniel Byran though. Have the Miz be hinting at being a face for the next few weeks, maybe until the Rumble. Then when the Miz is a full face, have him do a run in on the Bryan vs ??? match at the Rumble and help out Bryan retain the title. Then have Bryan and Miz celebrate together in the ring.

The fans would go apeshit in the best way. Miz would have played us all, and then teaming up with Bryan? Perfect. It could be a second coming of the two man power trip type of plot.

Prime Time
11-22-2018, 09:47 AM
I'm not sure that would generate nuclear heat. A generation ago, sure. Now I suspect people would go 'oh I'm supposed to believe they don't hate each other now, that's bullshit' and crap all over it. The whole reason Miz and Bryan seemed to work better than most anything else they tried was that they seem to be able to tap into a genuine antipathy towards each other - something that doesn't really appear in many other places in their stories.

My guess is that would play as well as pretty much any other story they do with the keen fans, and the more critical ones would say 'oh, so that's been turned into another generic WWE angle now too'.

I mean, by WWE standards, it'd work fine. Not saying you can't do it. I think I'd just need to see some evidence that it would do any better than the average when it sounds essentially like more of the same, in an age where they've got a credibility deficit.

Prime Time
03-22-2019, 01:13 PM
OK so Miz is a babyface now, but where do you think they go with that after Wrestlemania when he's done with Shane?

I know plenty of people don't think he should be in this role at all so is there some kind of ceiling on where he can go before having to turn again?

Powder
03-22-2019, 02:13 PM
Miz vs Bryan again.

LifeLostInRewind
03-22-2019, 05:18 PM
I really don't dislike this face run of The Miz. Maybe a Miz and Samoa Joe feud for the US title if Joe doesn't lose it to Mysterio?

Oliver
03-25-2019, 10:44 AM
OK so Miz is a babyface now, but where do you think they go with that after Wrestlemania when he's done with Shane?

I know plenty of people don't think he should be in this role at all so is there some kind of ceiling on where he can go before having to turn again?

It really easy, in my eyes, to pivot from this into Bryan vs Miz, but I don't think that'll be much fun without a title involved.

This is the first time I've really felt like Miz has connected as a face, and it's because he's not either being written as, or trying to be, a Rock-lite kind of face. The promo last week was incredible.

Powder
03-25-2019, 10:48 AM
It is absolutely amazing of the evolution of the Miz, from a cocky arrogant throw away heel, to a truly major promo and a big star in the company. Yes I believe that the Miz will finally get a big win at Mania over Shane, but I think he deserves a big time Wrestlemania feud where he gets a win. Like maybe he should be the one to retire John Cena, whenever that happens, or maybe he gets to win a major championship at Next year's Mania.

Regardless of the feud, a win over Shane is NOT a major moment.

mizfan
03-25-2019, 03:12 PM
I always knew Miz had a good face run in him. He's too good with character work and too naturally likeable underneath his punchable exterior. It was heartbreaking when they handed him that horrible run in the mid parts of the decade, thank god he survived and rebounded.

Prime Time
04-16-2019, 02:43 PM
So, Miz heads over to RAW in shake up. Do people think he's going to feature in their main event or not?

Powder
04-16-2019, 02:45 PM
Eventually, but since he is a face now, he will have to wait for a while. Rollins will have a run until at least Summerslam, and you know that Vince wants the title back on Reigns...sooo.....I am not sure how to put the title on Miz at the moment. What a shame though.

meandi
04-16-2019, 04:09 PM
Money in the Bank and have him challenge ahead of time and run it face vs face like RVD/Cena in 06.

Oliver
04-17-2019, 05:20 AM
you know that Vince wants the title back on Reigns

Not with Roman going to Smackdown, he doesn't!

Honestly, this Shane feud might be the best thing that has ever happened with The Miz. The fire he had on Monday was excellent, and really added to everything he did. The sense of urgency around him is palpable.

It had completely slipped past me that the next PPV (special Shield Event excluded) is Money in the Bank. I would certainly have Miz as the frontrunner for it at the moment, and would argue there are few people on Raw who could use it more. Drew, maybe - there is absolutely no way that Drew should not be a main eventer by SummerSlam, MitB or not.

Prime Time
05-19-2019, 06:41 AM
Bit of a sidestep for the thread but George Mizanin apparently made a run-in at AIW on behalf of the former Hornswoggle....

King Kong Sundae
05-19-2019, 01:23 PM
On twitter there was some crap about it being a shoot, how stupid do they think we are

Oliver
05-20-2019, 07:36 AM
Miz losing to Shane via the latter having sweated so much he can't keep his shirt on - is this the worst loss in WWE history? And how much have they now nerfed Miz's run given he can't beat a part-time non-wrestler in two different situations?

Prime Time
01-07-2020, 11:14 AM
So he's turned heel again. Hardly surprising. Does make you wonder how much mileage there is in any of the face turns though.

Powder
01-07-2020, 11:16 AM
Miz has NOT turned heel again. He is actually supporting Bryan in his feud against the Fiend.

The Miz wants the Fiend b/c of when the Fiend put the scary dolls in his daughter's crib. the Miz claims that he is not done with the Fiend, but he lost the #1 contender's match to Bryan, and last week on SDL, the Miz came told Bryan that he and the locker room supports him against the Fiend.

The Miz is still a face.

Prime Time
01-07-2020, 11:20 AM
Eh, I don't watch. I read a report that explicitly said 'turned villain'. Read what you like into it.

PEN15v2
01-07-2020, 01:14 PM
It might have been a heel turn, or it might have been a shade of grey. We'll need to see Friday what happens. The John Morrison association is more of a factor than anything though.

Powder
01-07-2020, 01:20 PM
Oh how do I want a true reunion of The In Crowd with a new Dirt Sheet.

Oliver
01-16-2020, 06:17 AM
I think Smackdown could do with Miz and Morrison as a tag team again. Raw probably needs them (or another tag team, at least) more, but there's a good positive to have these two and their history running in the tag league on the blue brand again.

Powder
01-16-2020, 09:47 AM
Based on Friday night, it looks to be that the In-Crowd is back together, and most likely will face the New Day at Mania for the SDL tag titles.

Oliver
01-16-2020, 10:26 AM
Are they really going by the In Crowd as a team name? I thought before they were just Morrison and Miz. I do hope they return to doing The Dirt Sheet as a web exclusive. Those were fun.

Powder
01-16-2020, 10:28 AM
Not sure, they referenced themselves as the In Crowd, but they are probably going by Miz and Morrison.