|By Daniel Pena | October 16, 2012 | Comments|
Michael J. Sampson, WWE's ringside physician, determined that The Miz did not suffer a concussion after being struck by Kingston's devastating kick at the conclusion of their match on Raw. He stated in a video published on WWE.com that the Superstar has some pain on his forehead and required sutures, but has no signs of concussion-like symptoms after undergoing neurological testing.
In another video, The Miz offers insight into his state of mind as he heads into a title match against Kingston. He says "he's coming" for him.
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