On WWE Tough Talk WWE Superstar The Miz interviews eliminated "Tough Enough" contestants to get their thoughts.

WWE Tough Talk - Netflix

Type: Talk Show

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-06-23

WWE Tough Talk - The Miz - Netflix

Michael Gregory Mizanin (born October 8, 1980) is an American professional wrestler, actor and media personality currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the SmackDown brand under the ring name The Miz. Mizanin first gained fame as a reality television participant. He was a cast member on MTV's The Real World: Back to New York in 2001 and subsequently appeared in its spinoff series, Real World/Road Rules Challenge from 2002 to 2005, where he reached the finals in The Gauntlet and The Inferno while winning Battle of the Seasons and The Inferno II. Furthermore, he reached the final in Battle of the Network Reality Stars and won the sixth season of Fear Factor in 2006. After becoming the runner-up in the fourth season of Tough Enough and subsequently launching his WWE career, Mizanin appeared on Diva Search, Total Divas and Tough Enough. He and his wife Maryse will also star in their own reality show titled Miz & Mrs. that will premiere in 2018. He has also come to star in several films produced by WWE Studios, portraying Jake Carter in The Marine 3: Homefront, The Marine 4: Moving Target and The Marine 5: Battleground as well as starring in Christmas Bounty and Santa's Little Helper. After being trained at Deep South Wrestling and Ohio Valley Wrestling, he was promoted to the main roster in 2006. In the main roster, The Miz has won the WWE Championship once, the 2010 Raw Money in the Bank ladder match as well as the Intercontinental Championship eight times, being the second longest-reigning Intercontinental Champion in WWE history by combined days behind Pedro Morales. He is also a former two-time United States Champion and a former six-time world tag team champion (two World Tag Team and four WWE Tag Team), which made him the 25th Triple Crown Champion in company history and the 14th Grand Slam Champion. The Miz was ranked number one on Pro Wrestling Illustrated's (PWI) annual PWI 500 list for 2011, and is one of the 10 most prolific pay-per-view performers in WWE history.

WWE Tough Talk - Early feuds (2006–2007) - Netflix

From March 7 onwards, a video on WWE's website and vignettes on SmackDown heralded The Miz debuting on SmackDown. When Mizanin actually attempted to make his debut on the April 21 episode of SmackDown, he was in storyline banned from entering the arena by network executive Palmer Cannon who told him that he had been “cancelled” before having security escort him from the premises. The Miz debuted as SmackDown's host on June 2, hyping up the crowd at the top of the show. Other duties included backstage interviews and hosting a bikini contest. The hosting duties seemed sporadic at best, with some weeks having little to no involvement of Miz at all. Starting in July, Miz, along with Ashley Massaro, hosted the annual Diva Search competition on both Raw and SmackDown. After the end of the Diva Search competition, The Miz returned exclusively to SmackDown as a villain, starting his in-ring competition with win over Tatanka in the September 2006 episode of SmackDown. After this win he, along with commentator Michael Cole, began to note whenever possible that he was “undefeated”, though he only wrestled five matches over the next two months, defeating such wrestlers as Matt Hardy, Funaki and Scotty 2 Hotty. At the same time he began a feud with Diva Search winner Layla El, who spurned his advances on more than one occasion, leading to Miz helping Kristal defeat her in various competitions. However, Miz and Kristal soon found themselves being stalked by The Boogeyman. This began a feud in which the Boogeyman ended The Miz's winning streak at December's Armageddon event. Following a brief absence from television, The Miz returned to SmackDown to host an interview segment named Miz TV. After the unsuccessful segment, The Miz returned to in-ring competition with a more intense style and began to pick up wins once again. On the June 11, 2007 episode of Raw, Mizanin faced off against Snitsky in a match to determine a draft pick for SmackDown. Snitsky easily defeated The Miz to give ECW the draft pick, but after constantly assaulting The Miz after the match, the referee reversed the decision and awarded the match to Miz, thus allowing SmackDown a draft pick. SmackDown then picked Chris Masters. Miz was drafted from SmackDown to ECW on June 17 as part of the 2007 supplemental draft. He was absent from the first few weeks of ECW, though he was the subject of backstage mentions between matches and had several short Miz TV Crashes ECW video segments. He made his debut on the July 10 episode of ECW in a match against Nunzio, which he won. Following this match, Extreme Exposé began expressing admiration in him and gave him a lap-dance, starting a new gimmick for him of a self-proclaimed “chick magnet”. Extreme Exposé then became managers for The Miz. He then began a feud with Balls Mahoney after Kelly Kelly began to fall in love with Mahoney on screen. On the October 2 episode of ECW, it was revealed that Miz owned the contracts of Kelly Kelly, Layla and Brooke Adams; and he used this excuse to stop Kelly from going out with Mahoney. He was voted at Cyber Sunday to face CM Punk for the ECW Championship, but lost the match.

WWE Tough Talk - References - Netflix