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Anyone else watch the miz tell us all about how all the super stars treated him like pooh kicking him out the dressing room for 7 months and bullying him backstage until the undertaker match where he earned his respect and ask to be allowed in the dressing room and the undertaker said yes 馃憤 馃槈 he really was put threw it by all the locker room they all deserve a bit of a slap lol 馃槅 馃憦
 

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He was treated like crap at first in the locker room and he was just potraying the character. He is a cool guy in real life that takes care of his kids and wife. He has totally evolved as a top villian in WWE history. It was wrong for them to do that in my opinion, I don''t believe the Miz sucks but a lot of people do. He is by far one of the most hated WWE superstars in history. He doesn''t suck, he has made it possible for many villians to feed off of his success. He lets people beat him up and he always has to be the opportunist in every situation. He has earned my respect because he is not a big guy, but he fights hard and does whatever is neccessary to win even if he has to cheat.
 

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Anyone else watch the miz tell us all about how all the super stars treated him like pooh kicking him out the dressing room for 7 months and bullying him backstage until the undertaker match where he earned his respect and ask to be allowed in the dressing room and the undertaker said yes 馃憤 馃槈
I kind of like the old school mentality where schmucks off the street had to earn their credit with the boys.

I think Miz benefited from it, having learned to respect vets and take note of what they're doing. Now he's a veteran.
 

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Miz is a joke, always has been and always will be. In the future, his name will never be brought up when people are talking about past wrestlers.
 

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Yeah that was a great documentary. Crazy that he had to get changed in public bathrooms where he would be bothered by fans. Too bad assholes like Benoit had to give him shit for getting chicken grease on his bag or whatever. That was a great documentary. Miz also pointed out in the documentary that he was kind of disappointed when Vince told him upon meeting him that his role on the show was to be "The Ryan Seacrest of WWE" Sums up his career when we see how he's been booked after his first title reign.

Miz is a joke, always has been and always will be. In the future, his name will never be brought up when people are talking about past wrestlers.
So much of a joke that he got to pin Cena at Wrestlemania...
 

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People hate The Miz because he threatens the spot of their talentless favorites.

Also because he's good looking, gets everything he does over, has a beautiful family and goes home to enjoy his pair of buttery, tan, oiled, delicious titties of Maryse anyway he wants:





While they choose to
(honestly I'd rather they just buy an escort and just lose their bitterness if they have to)

Envy is a destructive sin, instead of working hard and trying to accomplish what Miz has, they front and try to tear him down.

To use Benoit as some standard shows some demented thinking.
 

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People hate The Miz because he threatens the spot of their talentless favorites.

To use Benoit as some standard shows some demented thinking.
Rollins has had at least 4 or 5 title reigns. If people think Rollins is more badass than Miz as world champ, than that's just laughable. And I don't despise Rollins either. Miz has always been a solid candidate for multiple world title reigns. I don't really know why standards in promos dropped post attitude era. Probably a combination of scripts being introduced in 2002 along with Stephanie establishing control. Champions from eras of late 97- july 2002 were all consistent on the mic. Brock was a dropoff in promo quality, then Benoit, then Batista. Not like Nash, Yokozuna or Bret were great or could talk either but it seems like RA and New generation eras were regressions in that regard.
 

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Rollins has had at least 4 or 5 title reigns. If people think Rollins is more badass than Miz as world champ, than that's just laughable. And I don't despise Rollins either. Miz has always been a solid candidate for multiple world title reigns. I don't really know why standards in promos dropped post attitude era. Probably a combination of scripts being introduced in 2002 along with Stephanie establishing control. Champions from eras of late 97- july 2002 were all consistent on the mic. Brock was a dropoff in promo quality, then Benoit, then Batista. Not like Nash, Yokozuna or Bret were great or could talk either but it seems like RA and New generation eras were regressions in that regard.
Triple H and Stephanie cucked Vince Mcmahon, and then shifted the blame to him.

People honestly think Vince wants guys who can't talk and have no built body?
 

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That's why they respect him now, because he paid his dues and didn't cry.

and that's why someone like Lio Rush was exiled in the way he was, he tried to play the race card and victim card.
 

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My guess is the reason wrestlers didn鈥檛 like the Miz is because he was a reality TV Star who became a wrestler and never wrestled in the Indies or in Japan. So I guess there was some resentment there. He鈥檚 not my favorite but he鈥檚 capable of having a good match every so often and he鈥檚 a good promo.
 

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I have to hand it to him for his actual tolerance more than anything he's professional as professional should be in any company you won't hear hear and still to this day anything bad about him besides the hazing that was more about a lack of experience in locker room etiquette.
 

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I have to hand it to him for his actual tolerance more than anything he's professional as professional should be in any company you won't hear hear and still to this day anything bad about him besides the hazing that was more about a lack of experience in locker room etiquette.
I agree evan after 7 months of being kicked out of the locker room he still stayed at it for that he earns my respect as anyone else would of left b4 that cmon hes done well tbh coming from a TV show to where he is now there's wrestlers who have been Japan everywhere and still ant no where near the miz n morrison
 
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