The Miz Thinks Teaming With John Morrison Prevented WWE Firing, Talks Daniel Bryan's Struggle
Source: This Is InfamousThis Is Infamous recently interviewed the Miz, who was promoting Tuesday night's premiere of ABC Family's Christmas Bounty. Here are some highlights:
How important teaming with John Morrison was for his career: "If Miz and Morrison never happened, I truly believe that I would have been fired within a year. I think being with Morrison really gave me the opportunity to take risks. It gave me the opportunity to really stand tall in our realm. When we created a thing called The Dirt Sheet, which… Back then, YouTube was just getting going with its popularity. WWE now has its own YouTube channel. It didn't have its own YouTube Channel. It didn't have those internet shows. We were the first. So we kind of became originals and we were doing those sorts of things that were going against the grain because we wanted to get noticed. I think Morrison pushed me and I pushed Morrison to really do the best that we possibly can. We brought the best out of each other, is what I thought."
If he expected Daniel Bryan to get over with the fans: "I knew that Daniel Bryan was going to have a struggle, because he doesn't really have that size that WWE normally looks for. I mean even me: I'm 6'1 and 220 pounds and I had to struggle and fight and claw because I wasn't the stereotypical 6'6? and 250 pounds of pure solid ripped muscle. That's basically the quintessential star in the WWE now. Daniel Bryan had an uphill battle, but he definitely went strong and he dedicated himself, and this guy is now the most anticipated person whenever we come to a show. He's the person that people want to see. You'll see them chanting 'Yes,' and you'll see them chanting 'No.' It's kind of insane how great he's become, and it's all after his hard work."
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