This match wasn't about headlocks and hip tosses. This match was about intensity, brutality and a bunch of other words that end with the letter y.
Miz came out with a clear goal—beat the hell out of Randy Orton—and for a little while he was succeeding in that goal. Miz beat on Orton mercilessly and had him reeling in the early going, but one missed corner clothesline turned things around.
Miz was being looked at by doctors for a shoulder injury when Orton grabbed him by the head, pulled him through the ropes and delivered a rope-hung DDT.
Orton shoved the ref away as he continued to pound Miz into the mat, getting himself disqualified in the process. Triple H came out and restarted the match as a no DQ match, and that's when things really went south for Miz.
Orton delivered a DDT from the barricade to the floor before bringing Miz back in the ring to deliver an RKO that would end the match and give Orton the win.
While there might not have been much "wrestling" in this match, it was still very entertaining to watch these two beat each other up all around the ring.
Miz had the kind of fire in his eyes that we haven't seen since he lost the WWE title, and if he continues to be involved with Orton and Triple H, we could see him back in the title picture at WrestleMania 30.