• Dominik Mysterio Reveals That His Teacher Believed The 2005 Storyline With Eddie Guerrero Was Real
In 2005, the late, great Eddie Guerrero turned heel on his real-life friend Rey Mysterio and got into a storyline, where Eddie claimed he was the real father of Rey’s then 8-year-old son Dominik, which ultimately led to a ‘Custody Ladder Match’ at the WWE SummerSlam 2005 PPV.
During a recent interview on the Out of Character podcast, Dominik Mysterio, now a WWE Superstar himself, revealed that back then his teachers actually believed the storyline and thought Eddie was really his father.
Here’s what Dominik said:
“Yeah, no, honestly, it was crazy being a kid and being on TV because I think the most exciting part about all that was being away from school. I was in third grade and the last thing I wanted to do is be in school, so I was getting to travel with dad and you know, ride bicycles all around the arena so like, why would I want to be in school?
But then like I would come back to school and all the teachers would be curious on like, what’s my home life like because they didn’t know if my dad was my dad or if Eddie was my dad or if there’s actually a custody battle for me. So some of the teachers had to pull my mom aside or my dad when they would come pick me up and ask them what’s the deal because they didn’t think it was healthy.
But overall I think the kids were kind of like, they also were very curious about who my dad was but I always had to tell them like, ‘No, I’m pretty sure my dad is Rey Mysterio’.”
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (October 11, 1993) – WWF Monday Night RAW
On this day in 1993, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Monday Night RAW’.
It was pre-taped at the Coliseum in New Haven, Connecticut and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE Survivor Series 1993’ PPV.
Here’s the match-card:
1. Vacant Intercontinental Title Match: Razor Ramon vs. Rick Martel
2. The Headshrinkers vs. Tommy Morrison & Sid Curtis
3. Owen Hart vs. Scott King
4. Adam Bomb vs. Russ Greenberg
5. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express vs. Duane Gil & Barry Hardy