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He’ll be back? The rise of AEW has changed the way the wrestling landscape as there is now a new major promotion where top stars can go. After decades of WWE dominance, AEW offers a brand new place for wrestlers to try their hand on a big stage. Several WWE stars have already made the jump, but now another one may be considering a return somewhere down the road.

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Former WWE star CJ Perry, better known as Lana, appeared on the Mike Wennmacher Show and talked about her husband, AEW star Miro, who wrestled in WWE as Rusev. Perry said she believed Miro would return to WWE one day, saying that “Rusev Day will never die.” She went on to say that no matter what name or gimmick or character Miro is given, it would wind up being iconic. Perry wrapped it up by saying everyone returned to WWE at some point.

Miro definitely had some good times in WWE. Check out some of his better moments with the company:

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Opinion: I could definitely see Miro returning to WWE at some point in the future, as it isn’t like AEW has been using him this year. Miro is a very talented star, but it isn’t going to matter if he isn’t getting in the ring. While I don’t think Perry exactly spoiled anything here, it wouldn’t surprise me if she knows a little something that is planned for the future, and I can’t blame either of them for being interested.

Where would Miro be better used? Do you want him to go back to WWE? Let us know in the comments below.

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