Unless you've been living under a rock for the past week, you will know that Daniel Bryan and The Miz have dominated the wrestling headlines.
No, we haven't time travelled back a few years, the two have actually been talk of the town over the past few days for the segment they had on 'Talking Smack'.
The Miz was part of the panel show, alongside his wife Maryse, and also SmackDown LIVE general manager Daniel Bryan, and the two certainly put on a show for host Renee Young.
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Bryan discussed Miz's wrestling style and had some pretty harsh words for the Intercontinental Champion, saying he wrestles like a coward.
The general manager then said Miz looks like he is afraid to get hit, and it's at that moment, the IC Champion let loose on Bryan.
Now it's not yet known whether this was scripted, or whether The Miz got too riled up during the segment, but it's caused quite the stir in the WWE Universe, with a lot of fans surprisingly backing Miz.
Throughout the debate, both Young and Maryse looked kind of uncomfortable, which could possibly indicate that things were not meant to go the way they did.
If you still haven't seen the video, you can watch it below.
The fallout from the show is still apparent, and Maryse has taken to her official Twitter account to continue stirring the pot by tweeting a picture in reference to Daniel Bryan.
The image is of a bingo hall, which is where Miz told Bryan to go in order to start wrestling again after being told to retire by the WWE.
She accompanied the tweet with a message saying: 'It's waiting for you.'
Clearly there was some heat from Miz's side following Bryan's comments, and it's now time for WWE to decide how they use this segment for future programming.
Whose side were YOU on during this segment? Have YOUR say in the comment section below!
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