The Miz speaks about the cinematic matches at WrestleMania

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The Miz speaks about the cinematic matches at WrestleMania

The Miz won the 2010 edition of Money in the Bank, which successfully cashed in on Randy Orton, and the first edition of the Mixed Match Challenge (with Asuka). On July 23, 2012, at Raw 1000, he became the fourteenth wrestler in WWE history to complete the Grand Slam (new format).

He is also the second wrestler with the most combined days as Intercontinental Champion (597) behind Pedro Morales (619). Within WWE, The Miz has won eighteen total championships: the WWE Championship once, the Intercontinental Championship eight times, the United States Championship twice, and eight tag team championships (two World Tag Team, four WWE (now Raw) Tag Team, and two SmackDown Tag Team), making him the 25th Triple Crown Champion and 14th Grand Slam Champion in company history.

The Miz also won the 2010 Raw Money in the Bank ladder match, and was ranked number one on Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI)'s annual PWI 500 list for 2011. He is one of the 10 most prolific pay-per-view performers in WWE history.

The Miz has headlined several pay-per-view events for WWE, including WrestleMania XXVII. In a recent interview, he spoke about the cinematic matches at WrestleMania: “It’s allowing us to do different types of matches.

Like, if you saw the Firefly Fun House with John Cena vs. Bray Wyatt — The Fiend — it was one of the coolest matches I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen it all, I felt like. But that was so different and so unique.

And it utilized Bray Wyatt and The Fiend in such a way, and it showcased what exactly John Cena could do. And it showcased kind of what Cena was before, and what he is now. And I think it opened up a whole new world of what WWE could do”.