Miro Comments On Lana Training At The Hart Dungeon, Says He Was The Best In WWE


During a recent interview with The New York Post, Miro commented on Lana training at the Hart Dungeon, his time in WWE, and more. You can check out some highlights from the interview below:

On his time in WWE: “WWE, who cares about that, it is what it is. I was the best there. I‘m the best here. Nothing changed. It’s just the direction of the wind. I came from a killer then they went, ‘Hey I don’t get along with Lana anymore.’ Cool, we will figure that out as well. It doesn’t matter what they give me. I am the best, but it doesn’t mean I’m used the right way. But now that I have the opportunity to be me, I’m going to go out there and I’m going to rip your heart and stick it right into your throat and make you chew it right in front of me and then I’ll kill you and I’ll forgive you. Then we’ll move onto the next. This is who I am and this is who I always wanted to be and now I’m doing it and I can’t be more happy than that.”

On Lana’s success and training at The Dungeon: “It’s great to see her success. We all know she’s the greatest manager of all time and all of a sudden they decided to make her a professional wrestler. And you know what she did, she rolled up her sleeves, she put down the microphone and said, ‘Alright, I’m gonna be a professional wrestler.’ And now she’s away from me, she’s away from home. Half the week she goes and trains with Nattie and TJ [Wilson] in The Dungeon. But you can see, it’s obvious, it’s absolutely the most improved. It’s 100 percent Lana, CJ my wife, and also she proved she is the toughest woman or man in the business because she went through nine tables that no man or woman have ever done. So our family, our household are history-makers and I cannot be more proud of her, her resilience and her continuing to improve so she can become champion one day.”

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