Miro Was “Looking For Answers And Not Getting Any” Ahead Of AEW Return


Miro is back in AEW, and he opened up about the frustrations he felt while on the sidelines.

Former AEW TNT Champion Miro hasn’t been seen inside an AEW ring since All Out, where he teamed with Darby Allin and Sting to defeat the House of Black. On the May 10th episode of Dynamite, the absent star was seen walking past Renee Paquette and into Tony Khan’s office, marking his return to the company.

It has since been revealed that the star will be part of the roster of the new AEW Collision show, set to debut on June 17th in Chicago, IL. Speaking in a new interview with Good Karma Wrestling, The Redeemer said that he’s been “aching” to come back to the ring for a long time and that he’s excited for his return on Collision.

“Very excited (to be back in a pro wrestling ring). I’ve been aching for a long time. The Redeemer’s been in the desert looking for answers. Maybe finding them, maybe not. We’ll have to find out this Saturday but I’m very excited to be around the wrestling community and just the fans. I’ve never been to the United Center, never wrestled there and people in Chicago are unbelievable so, I’m really looking forward to it.”

Continuing, the star spoke about the difficulty of not having questions answered during his absence.

“It sucks, it sucks (being away from the ring). Just like I said, looking for answers and not getting any, it’s not a good place, and not just me but just overall as a human being when you have no answers to all these questions, it just eats you inside and I had quite a long time to eat myself and even though I’m still 260 pounds, I ate quite a bit. But I’m aching, I’m aching to come back and to find out what’s going on, what’s happening. It’s been a while.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Miro opened up about his relationship with CM Punk, who will also be making his long-awaited return on Collision. Punk is set to wrestle in the main event of the show, teaming with FTR to take on the team of Jay White, Juice Robinson, and Samoa Joe.

h/t POST Wrestling

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