As The Miz approaches two decades in WWE, he has no plans to slow down.
It was in 2004 that the A-Lister competed for WWE for the first time as the runner-up on WWE Tough Enough. As the ‘Host’ of SmackDown in 2006, The Miz transitioned to becoming a full-time wrestler and has achieved success both solo and in tag teams.
I’m still in my prime
The Miz hasn’t just been in the ring, he also represents WWE in non-ring projects regularly as well. ‘Miz and Mrs’ with Maryse was a hit with audiences when the veteran appeared on a recent season of Dancing With the Stars. When asked about his retirement plans and future plans, The Miz was asked by Busted Open Radio about his future plans.
“Whenever my body tells me I need to start slowing down, but right now I feel like I’m still in my prime. I feel like I’m putting together matches that are main-event caliber. I feel like I’m bringing out new things, things that people haven’t seen before. I feel like the youth movement in WWE, the younger crowd that’s coming in, is revitalizing me and making me want to be faster, be better, do better. I think the product right now is at its highest.”
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Whenever The Miz decides to retire, it doesn’t mean the end of his work with WWE. With his high level of charisma, it’s easy for The Miz to continue with WWE after his in-ring career, possibly as a commentator or correspondent. The WrestleMania 27 headliner defeated Tommaso Ciampa on Raw this week to end a 200+ day losing streak.