On the latest edition of the “The Pat McAfee Show” podcast, The Miz recalled his segment with an “invisible” John Cena earlier this week on RAW.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On John Cena: “I don’t care if it’s real Cena, invisible Cena, I’ll take him down each and every time, no doubt in my mind, every day, all day, that’s just the type of person I am. How dare him push me in my ring. You don’t come into my ring in WWE, on Monday Night Raw, and come onto my show, Miz TV, and push me. I couldn’t believe he ducked my swing, but once he swung at me, I know what’s happening, I know the Skull Crushing Finale is happening, drop him out, and after the promo I threw him out of the ring because that’s the type of man I am. That’s my ring and that’s what I do.”
On if he celebrated with beer: “I did not. I had some water, I had a good nights sleep, and now I’m at the airport. I’m going to find a gym, workout, and then I have a couple of fantasy football drafts.”
On the cameraman Stu filming the “invisible” Cena: “How great was Stu? How great was that camera work? He’s done it so many times, Stu can see him just like I can.”
On how fans reacted when he took off his jacket: “Look at me, I took off my jacket and they started saying ‘Holy Sh*t’ with an invisible person. That’s how good I am. I’m real good.”