The Miz: I’m looking over at them telling them, like, dude, we did it



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The Miz: I’m looking over at them telling them, like, dude, we did it

The Miz, has always been an interesting person who has impressed us many times in the ring. In an interview with Out of Character with Ryan Satin, he talked about the tag team match he had at the 2011 Survivor Series. The Miz was blown away by what he experienced.

“Taking The Rock’s Peoples Elbow at Survivor Series when he hasn’t come back to wrestle in like eight years,” The Miz said, as quoted by Wrestling Inc. “Being able to be in that first match, being able to be trusted with that match, me and R-Truth — Truth was a fun tag team partner, we had a blast.

I got arrested in Cleveland and thrown out of the building, it was amazing. We had so much fun, and then to be able to go up against [John] Cena and The Rock in Rock’s first match back? “To be able to take the People’s Elbow was incredible because I remember being on the ‘Real World’, going, ‘What do I want to do with myself?’ And looking on the shelf and there’s a Rock action figure, and saying, ‘I want to be a WWE superstar.’ Here I am 15 years later, in the middle of the ring, in Rock’s first match back in eight years in a sold-out MSG [Madison Square Garden].

It’s insane”.

The Miz on WrestleMania 27

WrestleMania 27 vs John Cena and many more legends in the ring were a special experience for him. The dream he had dreamed of had come true. “WrestleMania 27, I am standing in the ring with the WWE Championship and I look over and look to my left, and my 10 friends, who were in my living room watching The Rock and [Steve] Austin for the second time they headlined WrestleMania, and there I am headlining with the title and I’m going up against Cena and The Rock’s a part of it, and I’m looking over at them telling them, like, dude, we did it, we all did it,' The Miz.

"Without them and their support, they probably wouldn’t be there. It takes a lot of support and a lot of positivity from your friends and family to get to where you want to be. You’re going to get a lot of no’s, a lot of, ‘Nah, that’s not going to happen.’ But your friends and family who really, truly support you and love you, they’ll go, ‘I may not believe in it, but if you believe in it, I believe in you.’ And that’s sometimes all you need”.