Miro: Sorry Undertaker, We Don't Have Guns And Drugs And Don’t Fight Each Other Backstage, Video Games Aren’t Bad

Miro has opinions about the differing locker room cultures.

The Undertaker has made it no secret that he doesn't think today's wrestling product has enough grit in it. Instead of the toxic culture that past wrestling locker rooms have produced, today's locker rooms are much more positive and friendly. In a new interview with Fightful, Miro talked about how he rediscovered his love for video games and how the hobby isn't something that should be frowned upon.

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"Everything started very accidentally. After my release from WWE, I had nothing. I had to sit at home for three months and wasn't able to work anywhere. Thankfully to Xavier Woods and my mentor Shaq, they kind of inspired me to do what I love doing. I love playing video games in my time off. I've loved it since I was four years old. Why not do it when I'm chilling at home and connect with my friends and audience? It was a great experience. We got to grow as a community. Not everybody watches wrestling, they are just gamer fans. being able to do that crossover and show them what wrestling is or showing wrestlers what video games are, however you want to turn it, video games are such an important part of today's world. People are trying to talk bad about video games, which I never understood. We all have our downtime. Some people want to drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes and do heroin and others want to play video games. Some of these old timers are calling this a bad thing. I don't think it's a bad thing just because we have more brains now than people before doesn't mean video games are bad. Sorry Undertaker, we don't have guns and drugs and don't fight each other backstage."

Back in 2020, Miro went more in-depth about how Xavier Woods got him into Twitch. Click here to learn more.

You can check out Miro's Twitch channel by clicking here.

Miro is set to be in action this Sunday, June 26 when he faces Malakai Black, Pac, and Clark Connors in a four way match to crown the inaugural AEW All-Atlantic Champion. To see the updated card for that event, click here.

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