Birth Name: Michael Gregory "Mike" Mizanin
From: Cleveland, OH
Ring Name: The Miz
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Installed on: September 18, 2013
The Miz to star in “The Marine 4″
STAMFORD, Conn./LOS ANGELES – WWE Studios and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment today announced the next two films that will begin production as part of their continued collaboration. This March, cameras will start rolling on “Jingle All the Way 2,” the sequel to the 1996 hit comedy “Jingle All the Way.” Starring Larry the Cable Guy (“Tooth Fairy 2,” “Cars”) and featuring WWE Superstar Santino Marella, the film is directed by Alex Zamm (“Tooth Fairy 2,” “Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts”) and will release this 2014 holiday season.
Also announced is the fourth installment of “The Marine” franchise, the eighth collaboration between WWE Studios and 20th Century Fox including the theatrical releases of “The Marine” and “12 Rounds.” Shooting this April, “The Marine 4” will star WWE Superstar The Miz, who will be the first WWE Superstar to reprise his role in “The Marine” franchise, and will also feature Summer Rae, the first WWE Diva to be featured in a WWE Studios production.
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment will handle worldwide distribution for the pictures across all formats including Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD. WWE will utilize its extensive reach of 650 million homes worldwide and more than 256 million social and digital followers to market the release of each film.
“WWE Studios is looking forward to continuing its longstanding relationship with 20th Century Fox with both ‘The Marine 4’ and ‘Jingle All the Way 2,’” said Michael Luisi, President, WWE Studios. “The Miz and Summer Rae will deliver the action and adventure that our audience has come to expect from ‘The Marine’ franchise, and we are equally excited to bring the comedy of Larry the Cable Guy and WWE Superstar Santino Marella to our fan base with ‘Jingle All the Way 2.’”
“WWE Studios remains a valuable partner and we are pleased to continue to bring these films to their legions of fans across the globe,” said Mike Dunn, President, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. “We’re excited to be launching the fourth installment of the tremendously successful franchise, ‘The Marine,’ and to have Larry the Cable Guy on board for ‘Jingle All the Way 2,’ a perfect star for our first family comedy with WWE Studios.”
Fandango and Summer Rae in the ring dancing. Santino and a dancing Emma are outside waiting.
They lock up, Santino takes Fandango down easily. Santino with punches. Fandango reverses a whip where Santino tries to float over, but no Fandango. Fandango attacks and beats Santino down. “Santino!” chants. Miz to announce again.
Miz – In LA, and Miz is sidelined by twinkletoes and a man who’s older than Betty White. This is awesome.
Fandango takes Santino down, then climbs. Santino runs up the corner, but then punched down. Fandango’s famous left leg drop for three.
Santino’s music hits and he power walks to the announce table to join Tom Phillips and Alex Riley on commentary.
A video package is shown of last Monday’s Raw featuring a dance off between Emma and Summer Rae. Santino grabs a microphone and introduces Emma. Emma makes her entrance and joins Santino at the announce table. Summer Rae looks on, disgusted.
Fandango grabs a headlock on Miz to start the match. Miz counters after an irish whip. Miz takes control after a corner clothesline and double axe handle off the top rope. The two go back and forth with the Miz taking control after a hip toss. Fandango rolls out of the ring but is hit with an unorthodox kick through the ropes from Miz. We go to commercial.
Fandango is clotheslined by Miz who follows up with a kick after the commercial break. The two go back and forth with Miz on the apron. Fandango throws Miz into the ring post and Miz goes to the floor. Fandango throws Miz into the ring for a pin and gets a two-count. Fandango works Miz’s arm in the ring. Miz attempts to gain control but is grounded by a dropkick.
Fandango goes back to Miz’s arm. They get up and Miz hits a big boot to gain control. Miz starts his comeback with a series of moves leading to a backbreaker neckbreaker combo. He goes for the pin and gets two.
Miz goes for the figure four but is countered. Fandango hits a hammer lock suplex for a two-count. Miz pulls Fandango off the turnbuckle and goes for the figure four again. He’s countered shoulder first into the ring post.
They go back and forth with the Miz attempting a figure four yet again. Miz holds Fandango’s leg and finally locks in the figure four. Fandango taps out.
Winner: The Miz by submission, via the Figure Four Leg Lock
Ryder in the ring. O’Neil to the ring trying to look heelish. Video recap of Smackdown – O’Neil never got in their tag match against RybAxel. O’Neil verbally abused a bleeding Young, then beat him down. O’Neil smiles up at the tron.
Ryder ducks O’Neil, but then lifted to sit on the top rope, then O’Neil pushes him off. They fight outside, but then Miz stomps to the ring, around to announce and grabs a headset. He rips on O’Neil’s barking, and Ryder’s fake Championship, asking why people wanted to see this and not him. Then Miz stomps off announce as O’Neil puts a bear hug on Ryder. O’Neil telegraphs and is kicked for it, but the fans chant loudly for “CM Punk!” Ryder gets two on O’Neil, but O’Neil’s feets were almost caught in the ropes in the corner in the process. Broski kick, then Ryder flies, but is caught and slammed. O’Neil splashes Ryder, then hits his spinebuster-esque finisher for three.
The Miz nominated for Cartoon Network Hall of Game Award
The Miz has been nominated for the “Rumble Royalty” Award at Cartoon Network’s Hall of Game Awards, airing February 17th. You can vote everyday and be sure to tune in February 17th at 7/6pm CT on Cartoon Network for the winner to be announced.
The Miz is up against fellow Superstars Daniel Bryan, John Cena & Randy Orton. Be sure to spread the word to all #MizFits on Twitter to vote for The Miz. You can cast your vote by clicking the link below.