Opponent For Miro’s Singles Debut in AEW Announced

Published 11/02/2020, 6:30 AM EST


Miro shredded his past in WWE and fully embraced AEW a while back. He made his debut in the promotion as Kip Sabian’s Best Man. Since then, he has only participated in tag team matches with Sabian. However, it seems his singles competition days are about to start.

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After Trent Locks destroyed Sabian’s “most prized possession,” an Arcade machine, The Bulgarian Brute took a personal dislike to The Best Friends. He definitely has a lot of frustration and wants to channelise it towards his debut feature.

After the destruction was done, The Best Friends tried to reason with Kip and Miro, saying it was a pure accident. However, it turned out the destroyed arcade was a wedding gift from Miro’s side. This is the reason the loss hurts Kip and Penelope so much.

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Miro even said he tried to mix and mingle with everyone in AEW, but that did not work, so he will now do what he does best and settle the score.

Read more – “He’s A Dinosaur” – Miro Criticizes Jon Moxley Over His In-Ring Skills.

Miro taunts Trent Locks ahead of their match

To hype up the match, AEW posted a promotional video and gif where Miro is shown applying the Game Over submission maneuver. AEW captioned the gif, asking, “Will it be Game Over for Tent Locks this Wednesday?”

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To this tweet, Locks and Miro both replied, and banter ensued. Miro asked Trent to work out more to last more than two minutes in the ring.

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The match will definitely show Miro’s full capacity. Miro has not been in a singles match in AEW, and his last singles match was in WWE. We will have to see if he has gotten better than he was. Here is a throwback to the incident that started the whole thing –

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Angana Roy

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Angana Roy is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports, having published more than 800 professional wrestling articles. She is currently pursuing higher studies in English language and literature from the University of Calcutta and has over three years of experience in journalism. As a life-long fan of the sports entertainment brand of pro-wrestling, her work consists of live coverage of weekly shows, PPVs, speculating the future course of storylines and everything in between.

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