Impact Wrestling Made Big Offer To Miro Before AEW Signing

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Miro is All Elite, something which was long awaited by fans. He was revealed as the best man for Kip Sabian and his upcoming wedding, due to their mutual love of Twitch. Miro (formerly Rusev in WWE) has always been a target for AEW, being revealed by Cody Rhodes back in July.

When he was released by WWE, he was instantly the hottest free agent in a group that included world champion level talents like EC3, Karl Anderson, Eric Young and more. Any promotion with the cash to make an offer needed to put their name in the hat, and Impact Wrestling did.

Impact Wrestling Made A Great Offer

Knowing his potential, Impact Wrestling made Miro their top priority free agent. He would have instantly been their biggest star, and alongside sending offers to Eric Young & The Good Brothers (Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson), they of course made one to Miro. It’s been reported by WrestlingNews.com, that he was offered a six figure contract for many less dates than in WWE, and a run as Impact World Champion.

This is a great offer, but Miro would instead sign a one year deal with All Elite Wrestling, bringing us to where we are now.

More Details On Miro and His AEW Deal

For the next year, Miro is at home in All Elite Wrestling. There is room for extensions, and is allowed to work places like New Japan Pro Wrestling & indies, so long as there is no clashing with the AEW schedule. This is a typical deal with AEW, with just about everyone having freedom to show up elsewhere. Lance Archer is one of the few who didn’t want the New Japan Pro Wrestling deal in his contract, with most having that option, including Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks.

Miro has only wrestled for WWE in the past decade, and now has the option to write his own path. He’s going to be a star in AEW, potentially even being a future champion within the next year. It’s unclear how his partnership with Kip Sabian will pan out, but Miro is one to watch.

Do you think Miro signed with Impact Wrestling where he had zero risk of getting lost in the roster? Will he work New Japan Pro Wrestling as a special guest? Let us know what you think in the comment section down below.

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