Both Chris Jericho And The Miz Lost A Part In Netflix's GLOW TV Series

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Both Chris Jericho and The Miz have acted in both movies and TV shows, although their experience wasn't able to get them a part in Netflix's excellent TV show called GLOW.

GLOW is short for "Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling" and it's based upon a group of female professional wrestlers from the '80s.

Despite the TV show having several former WWE stars on it, both The Miz and Chris Jericho were unable to land a role.

As reported by Sportskeeda, Chavo Guerrero talked more about GLOW when he was interviewed on Chris Jericho's own podcast show. Jericho says he missed out on the part of Steel Horse, while Chavo says The Miz failed his audition too.

Chavo was the trainer for the many actresses on GLOW so he knows more of what happened behind the scenes. Former WWE superstar Alex Riley eventually got the part of Steel Horse.

He got the part because he was more enthusiastic in his audition according to Chavo.

GLOW was a huge success on Netflix that it will have a second season next year. Aside from Alex Riley, other professional wrestlers that appeared on the show are Brodus Clay, Carlito and Awesome Kong just to name a few.

It's possible the producers of GLOW didn't want more recognizable faces such as Chris Jericho and The Miz on the show. They would seem out of place, although that does not mean they could come back next year.

If you have not seen GLOW yet, it's worth checking out.

It is one of the most entertaining shows on all of Netflix. You don't even have to be a fan of professional wrestling to enjoy it as the show itself will educate you on the industry.

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