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Corey Graves: The Miz is the most unsung yet valuable performer in WWE

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WWE commentator Corey Graves recently gave his take on who is the MVP in WWE that is currently ‘unsung,’ and his pick was The Miz.

Speaking on his WWE After the Bell with Corey Graves, Graves would explain why he sees The Miz as such an important element of the WWE product.

‘Miz is, in my opinion, for my money, maybe the most unsung yet valuable player in WWE,’ Graves began. ‘Because for years, until recently, Miz has never been injured.

“Miz can get a reaction, Miz can put on a good match with anybody. Miz is just the all-purpose utility guy that for some reason is never viewed in that same light with a Randy Orton, with an Edge, with a John Cena.

‘In my opinion, if you look at Miz’s body of work in WWE and beyond, absolutely Miz belongs in those conversations” Graves continued.

“I understand his character is such that he’s grating and he’s not a tough guy, badass type but that’s what makes Miz so special” Graves stated.

“Miz can get under your skin and speak like very few in this business can and has done so for a long, long, long time. For me, Miz doesn’t get enough credit” the WWE commentator concluded.

Corey Graves on The Miz

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