The Miz and Daniel Bryan open up contract negotiations

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There is no denying that The Miz and Daniel Bryan have not exactly been seen as the best of friends of late.

Following his successful defence of the Intercontinental Championship at Backlash last weekend, The Miz had a few choice words for D-Bry during this week's episode of SmackDown Live.

The Awesome One made it clear that he was intentionally blackmailing Bryan, stating that he was refusing to defend his title again until his contract had been renegotiated. 


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Heated argument 

The Miz's problem with SmackDown Live's general manager can be linked back to the huge argument the two had during an episode of Talking Smack last month.

In addition, The Miz continued to mock D-Bry prior to the former's match with Dolph Ziggler at Backlash last Sunday night, which proved even further the strength of the hatred between the pair. 

The 35-year-old berated everyone's favourite yes man, demanding that he received the respect and the money he deserves.

Big development 

It now seems The Miz has had his wishes granted, as he took to Twitter to express the progress which has been made regarding his contract:

Which SmackDown Live general manager Daniel Bryan also confirmed via Twitter:

Although the WWE have managed to produce an exciting feud between these two stars, it is worth noting the positions which the pair hold must not be forgotten about.

Daniel Bryan has already proved himself to be a much-loved general manager by working alongside Shane McMahon.

With this in mind, the company must not allow someone like The Miz to get his own way too easily, as it would detract from the power which those in charge supposedly hold. 

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