Rey Mysterio may have spent many years wrestling without a mask, but when fans think of him, people most easily recognize him as he is. He has always worn a mask throughout his WWE career, but has the company ever told him to lose it?
Mysterio Responds to “BT Sport”
Absolutely not,” Mysterio replied to “BT Sport” when he posed with Ariel Helwani, the former WWE Champion, making it clear that he hadn’t come up with any creative ideas to expose him. Of course, his Throughout his career, there have been many stories where wrestlers have masked Mysterio, such as Randy Orton and Chris Jericho, but he has always been able to cover the latter.
Even in matches where his mask has been on the line, Mysterio has always been on top, with WWE never insisting on him to be legitimately unmasked behind the scenes, all those moments of emotion from the crowd. was being pulled. The WWE legend has a reason why he thinks this hasn’t happened, twofold.
WCW didn’t take advantage of that opportunity
“I really feel, and I haven’t sat down to talk about this with Vince, but I think Vince sees the respect I have for the mask, and he respects it, ” They said. “Rey Mysterio, I think, is marketable with The Mask, and he always has been. WCW didn’t take that opportunity, but Vince did and man, it worked.”
Lots of marketing for WWE Mysterio
WWE is marketing Mysterio heavily as they celebrate his 20th anniversary since debuting with the company, even though he has been in the wrestling business for 32 years. This week, Mysterio was given a segment on “WWE Raw” to thank fans and talk about his career at Madison Square Garden, showing his respect for WWE.
The Judgment Day’s Finn Balor and Damien Priest at WWE SummerSlam
Ray now has to work with his son Dominic Mysterio, as the two have been working as a tag team for many years. Although there was talk of Dominic being masked, he has spent his entire wrestling career so far unmasked. Even so, he still hasn’t ruled out the possibility of wearing one down. The Mysterious will be in action at WWE SummerSlam this Saturday in a no-qualification match against The Judgment Day’s Finn Balor and Damien Priest.