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Miro Reveals Why He ‘Doesn’t Like’ AEW EVP Cody Rhodes

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TNT Champion Miro spoke to Jerry Coughlan of WrestleSlam ahead of the Double or Nothing 2021 PPV event. The former WWE Superstar discussed a number of topics during the interview, including why he ‘doesn’t like’ former TNT Champion, Cody Rhodes.

‘Nobody likes Cody Rhodes,’ Miro said during the show. ‘Why should I like Cody Rhodes? He’s an ’˜office boy.’ I don’t like ’˜office boys.’”

“He’s trying to be on top of me” Miro continued. “But I’m the only boss. Nobody is trying to boss me around.”

Miro on Cody Rhodes

‘I used to be in a company where people made me sing and dance, but no more” Miro continued, referring to his time in WWE. “This is my time, this is on my terms.”

“I got no boss over my head, so I don’t care about Cody Rhodes, his reality shows, or whatever else he’s doing’ the TNT Champion would conclude.

Here’s the full card for AEW’s Double or Nothing on May 30:

AEW Double or Nothing 2021

  • AEW World Championship Match ’“ Kenny Omega (c) vs. PAC vs. Orange Cassidy
  • AEW Women’s World Championship Match ’“ Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Britt Baker
  • TNT Championship Match ’“ Miro (c) vs. Lance Archer with Jake Roberts
  • AEW Tag Team Championship Match ’“ The Young Bucks (c) vs. Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston
  • Stadium Stampede 2 ’“ The Pinnacle vs. Inner Circle
  • Casino Battle Royale ’“ Christian Cage vs. Matt Sydal vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Penta El Zero Miedo vs. Jungle Boy vs. Matt Hardy vs. Marq Quen vs. Isiah Kassidy vs. The Blade vs. Evil Uno vs. Colt Cabana vs. Preston Vance vs. Griff Garrison vs. Brian Pillman Jr. vs. Max Caster vs. Anthony Bowens vs. QT Marshall vs. Nick Comoroto vs. Dustin Rhodes vs. Lee Johnson vs. TBA
  • Cody Rhodes vs. Anthony Ogogo
  • ’˜Hangman’ Adam Page vs. Brian Cage
  • Sting and Darby Allin vs. Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky
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