The Miz over the years has been able to become one of the company's most famous and decorated WWE Superstars. In addition to winning all the titles up for grabs by the federation (even all at least twice, so much so that he graduated double Grand Slam Champion), The Miz also has his own reality show and has starred in several films.
This success outside the ring, however, has not yet made him stop wanting to do wrestling. Indeed: far from it. During an interview for the documentary 'WWE 24', The Miz spoke about his future in WWE. And The Miz has revealed that he has no plans to go to Hollywood, at least until WWE stops being fun for him.
"People say, 'When are you going beyond wrestling? Hollywood is calling.' But I can only answer that I will keep doing this, and I will do it until I stop having fun. And consider that the work we do out there is my funny that it can exist.
It's an incredible feeling, especially the electricity that the audience gives you in the stands. A feeling that I really miss a lot."
The Miz talks about his future
That said, however, The Miz's attention to the world of cinema remains extremely high.
Just in the last few days, in fact, the Awesome One has made itself known for a very specific request on Twitter: to play Johnny Cage in the next movie on Mortal Kombat. After seeing Ronda Rousey take part in the latest video game in the Mortal Kombat series, with the Baddest Woman on the Planet who also had her own custom skin in the last chapter of the fighting game par excellence, it was The Miz who proposed herself for instead take part in the film dedicated to the saga.
"No Johnny Cage? I AM the special effects. Let me do the casting for you. Say cheese," was the quoted post that the former WWE Champion proposed on Twitter. The Miz joined WWE after finishing as the runner-up in the 2004 Tough Enough competition.
Since then, he has gone on to become one of the most successful WWE Superstars of the last 17 years. The 40-year-old is a two-time WWE Champion, eight-time Intercontinental Champion, two-time United States Champion, and two-time Money in the Bank holder.
He is also an eight-time Tag Team Champion (w/John Morrison x3, Big Show x2, Damien Mizdow, John Cena, and Shane McMahon).