Former WWE and Current TNA Talent Says He's Going to Destroy the Miz

Justin LaBarFeatured ColumnistOctober 13, 2012

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If t-shirts didn't lie, then Chavo Guerrero thinks The Miz is awesome.

The Miz has been sporting his new shirt which claims "haters love me because I'm awesome."

Guerrero, a former WWE Superstar and current TNA talent, directed a tweet to the current WWE Intercontinental Champion:

Just found out that the biggest pu$$& in the biz was talking smack about me. I am going to destroy u next time I see u.

This isn't the first time it has been out in the open that people have had an issue with The Miz.

This also isn't the first time Chavo Guerrero has spoken out against former colleagues of his in WWE.

The Miz made it public several years ago during a backstage WWE promo that he wasn't accepted initially by veteran JBL. The Miz talked about how JBL made him dress in the hallway.

Guerrero took to Twitter in 2011 and took aim at WWE poster boy John Cena. 

He made comments about being able to out-wrestle Cena and noted how many people are sick of him.

So what could be the issues Chavo has with The Miz? As of now, it isn't yet known to the public. The Miz is one of the new stars of the future. He joined WWE with everyone aware of his reality show background. During his to stardom, he went from the lowest level on the card to main-eventing WrestleMania.

A rise up the card that Guerrero never saw. The only high-profile storyline he ever received was when the sudden death of his uncle, Eddie Guerrero, happened.

I don't think any issues stem directly from this difference in WWE careers, but it could play an underlying role in what leads to interpretations of respect within their interactions with each other, things said or things not said.

Nobody is happy when they hear someone is talking about them negatively behind their back. If whatever Chavo says he heard actually was said by The Miz, it seems it's even worse to Chavo because he doesn't feel The Miz belongs in the high-profile spot he's been in over the past few years.

We'll have to wait and see if The Miz responds or if any information is given to what was allegedly said. Given The Miz's status in WWE both on-screen and all of the PR he does, I don't think we will see The Miz versus Chavo Guerrerro booked anytime soon on an independent show.

Would The Miz stand a chance in a shoot fight with Chavo?