– The Miz recently took part in a social media live chat to promote his new USA Network series, “Cannonball.” During the live Twitter Q&A hosted by “The Most Must-See Superstar” on Thursday evening, The Miz was asked what age he plans to retire from the pro wrestling business. The Miz, who turns 40 in October, replied, “Whenever it stops being fun.” Check out a complete recap of The Miz’s social media live chat to promote “Cannonball” by visiting his official Twitter feed at @MikeTheMiz.
Whenever it stops being fun. https://t.co/okmQS1SE94
— The Miz (@mikethemiz) July 24, 2020
– Today marks the 41st birthday of Friday Night SmackDown ring announcer Greg Hamilton. The official WWE Twitter feed posted the following on Friday morning to wish Hamilton a happy birthday. Also embedded below is the latest edition of the WWE digital feature “WWEats,” hosted by Hamilton.
Birthday wishes go out to #SmackDown ring announcer, @GregHamiltonWWE! pic.twitter.com/PKju8B2SmA
— WWE (@WWE) July 24, 2020
– The latest installment of the weekly digital feature “WWE Supercut” has touched down on the official WWE YouTube. On Friday morning, WWE uploaded this week’s edition of WWE Supercut, which looks at 50 Superstars going through a table for the first time. Watch the seven-plus minute video below.
- UPDATE: “Best Matches” & “BIGGEST MOMENTS” In AEW Dynamite History Coming On Next Few Shows (BIG Plans …)
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