There is a point to this. Monday Night Raw has been the flagship show for WWE for a very long time now and that is likely to continue to be the case for the foreseeable future. In theory, anything that happens there is going to mean something, though sometimes that result is more accurate than others. Something happened during this week’s episode and we might be seeing it go somewhere else in the future.
This week’s Monday Night Raw featured a backstage interview between John Morrison and the Miz. Morrison was unhappy with the Miz for not telling him that his knee was healed but the two ultimately made amends. As the two were arguing, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods appeared behind them, holding up a sign saying “BUY OUR SHIRTS”, though Miz and Morrison did not acknowledge them. According to Wrestling Observer Radio, this is designed to lead to a feud between the teams, which will lead to Miz and Morrison feuding against each other at some point in the future.
Miz and Morrison have been a team since Morrison returned to WWE in 2019. The two have both hosted talk shows, including Morrison’s MoistTV and Miz’s MizTV, along with their co-hosted Dirt Sheer. During their most recent run, Miz won the WWE Championship with Morrison often helping him win matches. The two have not faced off in a singles match since November 2011.
— Joseph Rosado (@Joe__Rosado) August 17, 2021
Miz and Morrison had a busy night. Check out what happened on Monday Night Raw:
Opinion: This is something that gets my attention, as Miz and Morrison probably do need to go their separate ways. They have been together for so long now and their constant talk shows have dragged the show down for a good while. A feud between the two of them would at least be fresh, though I’m not sure how well it would go once we actually get to see it happen.
What do you think of the plan? How do you see the feud going? Let us know in the comments below.
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