The Miz made a promise that he was going to make an impact at Summerslam.
In fact, I even wrote an article about it which can be found here.
It was being hyped up so well, that I anticipated the Miz's presence at Summerslam.
After he appeared, he was put in a match and he lost, but I still had high hopes for the Miz's presence later on in the show.
I waited and waited, but nothing happened.
At the end of the show, the Miz had failed to make an impact.
But looking back at it, it was the right move.
If Miz had interfered in the WWE championship match, the whole storyline with Nash and who contacted him wouldn't be playing out.
If he had done anything else, it might have ruined the whole show by making it have a different result.
Overall, the Miz not making an impact was basically the best way to make an impact.
It allowed the whole show go the way it did and as for the Miz, well, he seems to be on good terms with Vince McMahon who is possibly planning a push for him soon.
The Miz not making an impact was the right decision for the WWE to make at the end of the day.
Out of all of the decisions in this slideshow, the Miz failing to make an impact was possibly the best decision to make.
What do you think? Which was the best decision made at Summerslam and were these decisions indeed good for the business?
Comment below and tell me what you think.