As he has countless times over the last year, The Miz again proved Monday he can be the Superstar around whom entire segments of a show are built and pay off that trust by WWE Creative with stellar performances.
Whether he was hosting Miz TV when Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens were revealed as the newest members of Raw, expressing disdain at the announcement he would be moving back to SmackDown for what is sure to be a showdown with Bryan, or enduring punishment at the hands of Braun Strowman in the night's huge 10-Man Tag Team match, The A-Lister again demonstrated his ability to carry a show.
That will do him wonders on SmackDown, where there is no virtuoso bad guy like him.
The blue brand has a wealth of extremely talented Superstars, but Miz is different.
He has the ability to kick off a show and be its building block. He can be the star in a way few others currently on the WWE roster can be. He can talk, work and knows how to get fans to boo him in a day and age when heels are oftentimes more popular than their babyface counterparts.
Plus, that impending feud with Bryan will be all kinds of awesome.
Miz is an MVP, a Superstar so far removed from his disastrous run in 2011 that he deserves the opportunity to prove he can be what he simply could not back then: the most must-see champion in WWE.
Source : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2770954-wwe-raw-results-biggest-winners-losers-and-moments-from-april-16262