The Miz Appears On Out Of Character With Ryan Satin (5/10/2021)

The Miz Admits Being Wrong About Expectations From WWE Fans At WrestleMania 37 On ‘Out Of Character With Ryan Satin’ (Video)

The Miz recently joined Ryan Satin as the special guest on the latest edition of his FOX Sports podcast, Out Of Character, for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling and WWE.

During his appearance on the popular pro wrestling program from WWE and FOX Sports, the longtime pro wrestling veteran spoke about finding out the day of the show that he and John Morrison would be performing their rap song “Hey Hey, Hop Hop” live for their ring entrance at WrestleMania 37, as well as what they were wrong about regarding Bad Bunny and the WWE Universe on -hand live at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida during the night of the event.

Featured below are some of the highlights from the interview where the WWE Superstar touches on these particular topics, as well as a complete video archive of the discussion between The Miz and FOX Sports’ Ryan Satin.

On he and John Morrison finding out about plans to perform their song “Hey Hey Hop Hop” live during their entrance at WrestleMania 37 “We had no idea we were singing the rap song that day. We found out that day. ‘Hey, you’re going to perform.’ ‘What?’ I think we rehearsed like three times. John and I are backstage just rapping the song. We don’t know what’s going to happen with the audience being there. We couldn’t even hear ourselves because the crowd was so loud.”

On how he thought Bad Bunny would get booed at WrestleMania 37, but was happy to find out he was wrong: “It was fun and exciting. The crowd booed us. When Bad Bunny came out, I was expecting [him to be] booed out of the building because that’s what happens with celebrities, but it didn’t happen. He got cheered and it goes to show you that Twitter was wrong.”

Watch Ryan Satin’s complete interview with The Miz from the latest edition of his Out Of Character podcast via the video embedded below courtesy of the official WWE On FOX YouTube channel.

(H/T to Fightful for transcribing the above quotes.)


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