Last night on SmackDown, The Miz called in a favor and it's a heartbreaker for Otis.
Recently on SmackDown, Miz and Morrison have targeted Otis and his Money in the Bank briefcase.
After Miz tried to steal the WWE Money in the Bank contract on the September 11 episode of SmackDown but realized that he was once again played for a fool by Otis, Miz pulled out his phone and said he would be calling in a favor. Now, we know what that favor was.
On the September 12 episode of Talking Smack, Miz revealed that, under his suggestion, Mandy Rose has been traded to Monday Night Raw. Of course, Mandy Rose and Otis have been an on-screen couple since WrestleMania and have been engaged in a storyline with one another since the 2019 holiday season.
"FOX and USA Network rely on me. They listen to every work and pitch I have, and boy did I have a pitch for the USA Network,” said Miz. “Ladies and gentlemen, as of 10:01 PM on 9-11-2020, Mandy Rose is now on the roster of USA Network's Monday Night Raw. Why? Let's put it this way. Money in the Bank contract. It is very important. Otis needs to concentrate, focus, and get rid of every distraction he has. Mandy Rose is a distraction to someone who could be Universal Champion."
Mandy Rose is on the move, as The Golden Goddess has been traded to Raw.
The Miz crashed the set of WWE Talking Smack to break the news of Mandy Rose’s trade to Raw. The move was the latest tactic in The Miz & John Morrison’s ongoing quest to part Otis with his Money in the Bank Contract.
What will the move mean for Mandy and what effect will it have on her relationship with Otis?
On commentary last night, Michael Cole referenced Mandy Rose as a major positive for Otis while The Miz was trying to run him down on commentary claiming that he was undeserving of the Money in the Bank briefcase.
Mandy Rose recently wrapped up her long-running program with Sonya Deville at SummerSlam in a match that stipulated Sonya had to leave WWE programming due to her loss.
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