Recently, Hannah Mitchell, the 11-year-old daughter of Show Tracker's "Monday Night Raw" recapper Houston Mitchell, was able to interview some WWE superstars about this Sunday's pay-per-view event, SummerSlam. Here is the second half of a two-part interview she conducted with WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz.
Q: What is scarier, "The Real World" or WWE?
Well, they are both kind of different. The Real World, I had to live with seven people, and I had to live in a house with them and I didn't know them at all. Strangers. Would you want to live with strangers, Hannah?
Miz: Yeah, you shouldn't even talk to strangers, and here I am living with them. That's scary in its own right. Now, in WWE I have to get into the ring with 7-foot-tall, 500-pound giants. So that's scary too. I guess I would take living with strangers over getting in the ring with big guys, because getting in the ring with big guys is way scarier than living with strangers.
Q: When you are voted into the WWE Hall of Fame, who would you want to give your induction speech?
Miz: Oooooh, good question. You are really going for it, aren't you? I would want to see who would want to, to be honest. Because no one likes me in the WWE. I don't know if you've noticed, but I get booed all the time. Sixteen thousand people boo me more than anybody else. I don't know why. I think I'm a good guy. Don't I seem like a good guy to you? You are sitting here with me, talking to me. Do I seem like the type of person who should be booed?