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Logan Paul Threatens to Usurp 'Miz TV,' So The Miz Agrees To That Match-Up At SummerSlam
"You are a rookie and you have to earn the right to face me," The Miz said before Logan Paul upped the ante.
After weeks of feuding on social media after a huge betrayal at WrestleMania, Logan Paul and The Miz finally met face-to-face last night in the main event of RAW. The A-Lister invited Paul onto his infamous WWE talk show, "Miz-TV." wherein The Miz reminisced about the time the two of them teamed up at WrestleMania 38 to defeat the Mysterios. The Miz showed a video package of the two picking up the win, trying to keep the meeting lighthearted.
However, Paul didn’t buy it for a second. He told the production team to keep playing the video so fans could see The Miz betray him. After a few moments of celebration, the video would recap how The Miz would hit his own partner with a Skull Crushing Finale and leave Paul in the middle of the ring. Paul asks The Miz again: Face me at SummerSlam.
When The Miz denied and told Paul how he couldn’t do it — "You are a rookie and you have to earn the right to face me," The Miz explained — Paul began talking about all the things he’s done that people have told him he’ll never be able to do. He tells The Miz he’ll be back on RAW next week to host his own talk show, calling it "ImPAULsive TV," something Miz doesn’t take kindly to. In fact, it's the final straw. Finally, The Miz accepts the match before the two briefly brawl, which ends in Paul Clotheslining Miz out of the ring.
Suddenly, Tomasso Ciampa appears out of nowhere. Just when it looks like the numbers advantage would get the better of Paul, he barely manages to escape with Miz and Ciampa looking on from the outside. The Miz grabs a microphone and proclaims WWE is his house.
Tune in to SummerSlam streaming live on Peacock one week from Saturday to see Logan Paul vs. The Miz!
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