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Miro is a winner in AEW

Miro fought in his first ever pay-per-view (PPV) match for AEW on tonight’s (Mar. 7) Revolution card. He teamed up with Kip Sabian to take on the babyface team of Orange Cassidy and Chuck Taylor. Cassidy and Taylor ruined Sabian’s wedding and humiliated Miro in early February at Beach Break, so the heels were looking to make them endure some serious pain tonight.

That severe pain was delivered before the match even began, when Miro and Sabian ambushed the Best Friends. Cassidy was beat down and Taylor’s head was smashed through glass. Miro dragged him out to the ring, with Taylor’s head bleeding. Chuck Taylor demanded the bell ring to start the match even though he was covered in blood and Orange Cassidy was still backstage from the ambush.

Orange eventually struggled out to entrance ramp, with the fans chanting “Freshly Squeezed.” He first lured Miro in for an Orange Punch, and then Taylor tagged him in. The Best Friends almost put Sabian away, but Miro returned to the ring and saved his partner. Cassidy attacked Miro with his devastating kicks.

Cassidy attempted a finishing Orange Punch, but he was distracted by Penelope Ford. Miro came from behind and pushed Cassidy right into Ford, knocking her off the apron. Miro showed no concern for Ford’s health. Shortly after that, Miro went irate and forced Taylor to tap out.

Miro had a lot of trouble winning on PPV in WWE, but he now begins his AEW career with a 1-0 record on PPV.

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