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The Miz Hypes Up WWE Fans Ahead Of Final RAW Before WrestleMania 2023
The Miz is getting the hype train going early teasing the final Monday Night RAW before WrestleMania goes Hollywood.
Mike “The Miz” Mizanin is getting the hype for WrestleMania 39 started early. The A-Lister shared a video of himself getting viewers amped up ahead of the final Monday Night RAW broadcast before WWE's show of shows kicks off this weekend.
The Miz, who will be hosting the biggest night in WWE this year, has been earning the gig every chance he gets by talking up his duties for the big night in Hollywood and starring with his wife, Maryse Mizanin, in a “Top Gun” parody as well as an electrifying musical number all about the history of WrestleMania. On Monday, he made a new video of himself backstage getting people ready for the last night of RAW spectacle that will lead Superstars such as himself, Cody Rhodes, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, The Usos, and more into Saturday and Sunday’s events.
“What’s up it’s the most must-see WWE Superstar of all time, The Miz, and tonight is the last Monday Night RAW before WrestleMania goes Hollywood,” he begins. “Let me tell you something, tonight is going to be big for you the audience and for the Superstars. Why? Because, let’s face it, everybody is on their A-game, and everybody wants to be standing tall? But who will be?”
He concluded his high-energy video by reminding viewers that he would be getting his hosting feet wet with another installment of “Miz TV” on RAW.
“And you’re not going to want to miss it because it will be… AWESOME!” he added.
He wasn’t lying. The night saw him host an impressively heated war of words between Becky Lynch and Bayley ahead of their tag-team match at WrestleMania. It was a small taste of what’s to come when Miz hosts the massive night of bouts between the most colossal Superstars in the WWE Universe right now. Will his performance be able to stack up against previous hosts, or will his propensity to declare himself the greatest everything of all time sour the audience at WrestleMania in Hollywood? Fans will just have to tune into WrestleMania this weekend to find out.
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