Miro Added To AEW All In After Passionately Pleading With Tony Khan

The segment with Miro and Hobbs was described as a 'compromise'.

Miro had to plead his case to be involved at AEW's historic All In show, according to a recent report. 

Fightful Select noted that The Redeemer and Powerhouse Hobbs were originally not supposed to appear at Wembley Stadium. It was only after Miro went to Tony Khan and passionately asked to be on the show that the contract signing segment was added as a compromise. 

It was said that Miro was unhappy that he wasn't scheduled to be involved in any way, prior to taking matters into his own hands. 

The 37-year-old returned to AEW as a member of the Collision roster in June, defeating Tony Neese on the debut episode. It was his first AEW match in almost nine months.

During his time away, it was reported that Miro turned down AEW's creative plans. It was also suggested that he may have been suspicious about losing matches.

The Bulgarian defeated Powerhouse Hobbs at All Out (on September 3) and has yet to wrestle since.

Last December, Miro's wife CJ Perry (FKA Lana) said she believes the former Rusev will one day return to WWE.

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