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Miz and Asuka win the Mixed Match challenge

Miz Asuka

After 12 weeks of competition, the Miz and Asuka finally defeated Charlotte Flair & Bobby Roode in the finals of the Mixed Match Challenge and become the winner of the series.

Though this result is not very surprising as it was revealed earlier that Asuka’s undefeated streak is on the line in this tournament. Since WWE has been building her as an unstoppable force, their defeat wouldn’t have made much sense.

No word yet on if this was a one-time thing or we’ll see more web series being produced by WWE, but as we noted before Officials were not happy with the major drop in the viewership for the show after the premiere week.

So while there is a chance that the company may hold another similar series in the future, Officials pushing for one immediately after this is not a very likely scenario.

The duo has earned the right to donate $100,000 to their chosen charity Rescue Dogs Rock


  • Soulshroude

    Duh… more script. Asuka’s not scheduled to loose till either at or after Wrestlemania.

  • CC

    As I say, the biggest mistake they made is the commentators specifically pointing out that if her and Miz lose, it will end her streak. Cant remember who said what, but it went something like. “Yeah, but if she loses it wont be a singles loss” … “It will still count as a loss, and the streak will be over”. No ifs, buts or maybes.

    Really do not understand the logic when they have always traditionally ignored multi person losses when it comes to streaks.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    I agree, but at that point you could just say she’s never been pinned or submitted. Wouldn’t sound as good though.

  • CC

    Well as soon as we knew who was in the final, we knew which team would win as they were not about to end her winning streak on a show that nobody watches with WM around the corner.

    Silly, silly booking.

    Also, in the past they have said that losses in tag matches etc don’t count (I am sure they did that with Rusev when he debuted), but this week they made a concerted effort on commentary to say a tag team loss would also end the streak.