Miro Feels He Could Still Wrestle More After His AEW Contract Ends


Miro signed with AEW after years of performing as the impressive Bulgarian champion in WWE. Now under new management and a new sense of freedom, Miro could experiment with his character and showcase his brute strength and intensity to a new audience.

The 36-year-old has already won gold in AEW. He became TNT Champion after defeating Darby Allin on the May 12th, 2021, episode of Dynamite, and he nearly became the first-ever All-Atlantic Champion at AEW X NJPW: Forbidden Door. The one thing the Bulgarian wrestler has yet to accomplish is win a major world championship. While there is a lot of competition in AEW, Miro is someone many consider a future AEW World Champion, especially now that he’s embraced his “Redeemer” gimmick. That is if he continues to wrestle.

During his appearance on The Sessions with Renee Paquette, Miro spoke about his current contract and whether he could see himself wrestling once it ends in 2026. Miro said the following:

“I think, after this contract, I thought I was going to be done. I can go more, it depends. I feel great. I feel my body is getting better and better. It’s not hurting, especially now with working, like I said, just having a match just once a week, your body can go so much longer.”

There have been many injuries happening between both major promotions as of late. Miro himself just came back after taking time away. The one thing that goes in Miro’s favor is that he doesn’t wrestle in a style similar to that of Ricochet, Darby Allin, Jeff Hardy, and more, who often jump off the top rope and rely more on their aerial maneuvers. Miro’s style allows him to stay grounded and depends less on risk and more on grappling and submission-based moves.

Still, this doesn’t mean Miro is immune to getting injured, but it gives him less chance to do so. It’s just a matter of whether Miro would stay in AEW or go back to WWE once his contract ends in 2026, especially considering that Vince McMahon is no longer in charge of the company and Triple H is Head of Creative. Someone like Miro could thrive in the Triple H regime.

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