The Miz
The Miz. Image Credits: Twitter

WWE announcers Corey Graves and Vic Joseph recently praises the former two times WWE World Champion The Miz. They said that he is going to be loved when he will be gone.

Mike started his professional wrestling career as a participate of the Tough Enough competition of 2004. He became the runner up of the competition before finally losing it to Daniel Puder. After that he was given a professional contract in WWE and soon he started working as a professional wrestler in the promotion.

Miz. Image Credits: Twitter

WWE RAW – Corey Graves And Vic Joseph Praises The Miz

The beginning of his professional career was not that special as his mic botch during the introduction of the Diva Search competition of 2006 Is It Still considered as one of the worst mic botches in the history of WWE.

At first he was treated as a jobber in WWE but slowly he bounced back. From becoming a mid card he won the WWE RAW Money in the Bank in 2010. In November, cashed in his contract on Randy Orton and won the title.

He was portrayed as the face of the promotion for the time period he had held the Championship. At Wrestlemania XXVII, he defended the WWE championship against other than John Cena and he defeated him to retain the title. It was definitely the biggest achievement of his career.

After losing the title he was thoroughly treated as a mid carder he had a number of reigns with the Intercontinental championships as well. Earlier this year he won the WWE championship again, this is also by cashing in the Money in the Bank contract which he took away from the last year’s winner Otis.

Miz. Image Credits: Twitter

He cashed the contract on Drew McIntyre and in only two weeks time he dropped the title to Bobby Lashley. Recently he is involved in a feud with the WWE Hall of Famer Edge and he remains one of the biggest attractions of WWE.

Corey Graves and Vic Joseph recently praises the former two times WWE World Champion The Miz. They said that he is going to be loved when he will be gone. He said;

“Miz is, in my opinion, for my money, maybe the most unsung yet valuable player in WWE. 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.

Miz. Image Credits: Twitter

“In my opinion, if you look at Miz’s body of work in WWE and beyond, absolutely Miz belongs in those conversations. I understand his character isn’t such that he’s grading and he’s not a tough guy, badass type but that’s what makes Miz so special. 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.” Says Graves.

“He will get that love and admiration that you’re talking about. “I really believe that he will be seen like that when he’s gone. That’s when he’s going to be appreciated, when you don’t have him and you’re sitting there going, ‘Damn, you remember how good The Miz was?’ It’s going to be six, seven, eight, nine years later when he comes back for a special event and you’re seeing a highlight package.

“This is a guy who was WWE Champion this year. Six months ago? Intercontinental Championships, Tag Team Championships. Everything you’ve handed him, there’s an old saying of turning chicken salad into chicken s**t, he does it. That’s what’s made him special and that’s what made him show up after Dancing with the Stars and go right into a main event rivalry with an all-time great and not miss a beat. He’s going to be loved when he’s gone.” – Says Joseph.

H/T and transcribed by Wrestling Inc.