Miro should be the next opponent for ‘Hangman’ Adam Page

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All Elite Wrestling is coming off what was widely considered a successful PPV with AEW Revolution. “Hangman” Adam Page and Adam Cole delivered an excellent main event, with the cowboy still AEW’s champion. Looking forward to his next challenger, Miro should be the person who steps into that role.

Fightful Select reported on Wednesday that Miro has signed a contract extension that will keep him in the company through 2026. This is an understandable deal because Miro has all the abilities to be a top performer in any organization. In fact, he would be a strong foil to Page’s title run if he’s built to become the next to challenge for the AEW Championship.

Miro hasn’t been on television since AEW Full Gear where he dropped a match to Bryan Danielson. It was widely reported that he suffered an injury, but he’s prepared to return to television. This is one such situation where AEW is hampered by its use of rankings, as Miro hasn’t had a match since November and would have to quickly put together a streak to “validate” his booking as the number one contender. AEW was able to pull it off with Lance Archer, and his match versus Page exceeded all expectations. The same could be done with Miro.

AEW does an excellent job spacing out major feuds, keeping their champions and top roster names active while heading into the quarterly PPV special. Plus, AEW Dark and Dark Elevation serve the additional purpose of giving squash matches to pad records space. If Miro is truly ready to return, this is where he should be in the immediate future, with the goal to see him face Page at one of the upcoming special editions of AEW Dynamite.

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“Hangman” Adam Page is coming off yet another exceptional match in a title defense, and it’s time to look forward to what is next. Now is the time to return Miro to the top of the card and watch the response of fans and the compelling match they’d create.