WWE over the Limit 2012 Results: Brodus Clay Defeats the Miz

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WWE over the Limit 2012 Results: Brodus Clay Defeats the Miz
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After losing quickly to Brodus Clay, the Miz will leave Over the Limit 2012 zero-for-two. 

He started the night as a part of the 20-man battle royal for a chance to take on Cody Rhodes or Santino Marella, and while he made it to the Final 2, the Miz eventually fell to Christian, who hadn't appeared since March 16. 

It was a tough loss, but things would get even worse for the Miz.

OK, first they got better.

In anticipation of this bonus match, the Miz came out and talked about how awesome he was, about how not awesome Brodus was, and about how the crowd doesn't respect him.

But before the Miz was able to prove himself wrong, he decided to show off one of his strengths.

One of those strengths, of course, turned out to be his dance moves. Take a look at the Miz break it down:

OK, call the Miz one-for-three on the night because he clearly portrayed the best dance moves of the night, even though Brodus Clay came out and put up a good showing in the dance-off.

Clay got the last laugh, though.

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Miz started the match fast, but he simply couldn't keep up the aggression, as Brodus took control. The match eventually moved to the corner, where the Miz attempted to move to the top rope. 

Brodus wasn't having that, though. He threw Miz off the top rope and hit him with the big splash for the win. He capped it off, of course, with some more dancing in which some kids joined in. 

So, to recap: Miz took as much beating and went as far as he could in the battle royal without winning, and then he had a 400-pounder jump on him.

Ouch. Miz's downfall continues.

At least he showed some nice dance moves. 

 

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