Why isn't Miro wrestling on AEW Dynamite at the moment?
Specifically, a lack of them.
This is according to the former TNT Champion himself. Wednesday saw Miro respond to a Twitter user pointing out that his last Dynamite bout was three months ago, citing the AEW roster's incomplete reproductive systems as the reason:-
Nobody has the balls https://t.co/TtiAHjEkARAdvertisement— Miro (@ToBeMiro) September 28, 2022
Miro hasn't competed on AEW's flagship television show since 15 June, when he defeated Ethan Page to qualify for the All-Atlantic Championship match at AEW/NJPW Forbidden Door (26 June). PAC won that bout, which also featured Malakai Black and Clark Conners. Miro then waited another two months before stepping back into an AEW ring, teaming with Sting and Darby Allin against House Of Black at All Out 2022 (4 September).
The 36-year-old had been out of action for seven months prior to coming back in June, having spent time on the treatment table due to an injury before temporarily relocating to New York City to work on a television show. House Of Black had been Miro's main feud between June and September, with AEW yet to slot him into something new since that was resolved.