Rap legend Snoop Dogg recently worked WrestleMania 39 on both nights. He gave a tough time to The Miz, who had to compete against three opponents across the two nights. ‘The A-Lister’ has revealed that he will not be listening to Dogg anymore.
The Doggfather and The Miz were the co-hosts of this year’s WrestleMania. The duo were in the ring on Night One when they were interrupted by Pat McAfee, who challenged the former WWE Champion to a match. The co-host made the bout official. McAfee won the bout after San Francisco 49ers player George Kittle provided an assist.
The Night Two of WrestleMania 39 saw a similar story as Shane McMahon came out to set up an impromptu match against The Miz. However, Shane tore his quads during the bout and could not compete. Snoop Dogg then stepped up to face The Miz, defeating the A-Lister in under three minutes.
The Miz opens up on Snoop Dogg
The Miz talked the forgettable WrestleMania outing during an appearance on Kyle Brandt’s Basement. The former two-time Grand Slam Champion said he would never listen to Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle album again:
“I’ll never listen to another Snoop Dogg album ever again. ‘Doggystyle’ was one of my first CDs I ever bought in high school and now I can’t even hear his voice anymore. He put me in three impromptu matches. No one has ever had three matches at WrestleMania. I did that this year. I guess I broke a record,” said The Miz.
“I’ll never draft George Kittle as my tight end. I don’t care if he’s the last tight end. I will choose a quarterback, a running back, I will leave the tight end blank. I never want to hear George Kittle’s name. I will choose Kyle Rudolph over George Kittle. I’m never listening to the Pat McAfee Show ever again. I was a fan of Pat McAfee, but no more.”