Miro talks about his relationship with Hulk Hogan

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Miro talks about his relationship with Hulk Hogan

Miro was recently a guest on the All Elite Wrestling (AEW) Unrestricted podcast. Miro, known as Rusev who used to work at Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), was kicked out of the Stamford federation in early 2020 and made his debut in Tony Khan's company as a witness to Kip Sabian.

During his podcast appearance, Miro made the following statements: "The best match of all time will always be Hulk Hogan vs The Rock."

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Continuing, he said, "You can't change this, no matter how many encounters you've seen, this is the best encounter for me.

We are talking about two wrestlers who have faced each other in their best moment in their career, sometimes the public forgets that this can be a very important aspect." During the interview, the Bulgarian athlete also spoke of the great friendship he has had for a long time with Hulk Hogan.

Miro remembers how absurd it was that a legend like Hulk Hogan, whom he followed when he was little, had sent him a message: "Hulk Hogan is like a brother to me. I love him, you can sit with him and he will tell you amazing things, maybe he is in a city in Japan and he will tell you several anecdotes about where he is.

Personally I say that I would like to spend a lot more time with him so that I can hear more about it and above all have a chance to hear his anecdotes up close. I think I am a very lucky person to know him. It happens that these days he writes to me and sometimes I think it's absurd that I normally message with the person I had as an idol when I was 6."

After his sensational arrival in the ring of the Khan family's company, Miro took off some pebbles from his shoes and told several anecdotes about his WWE experience. For example, the wrestler who used to go by the ringname Rusev in WWE said: "They wanted Lana to say I was addicted to sex, but the original plans were for me to have erectile dysfunction.

They literally wanted to kill my character." Miro has since made a successful transition to WWE's rival wrestling federation AEW. His wife Lana is still associated with his former employers.